FinanceAsia Magazine

Issue: January, 2006

Issue: January, 2006

What's in FinanceAsia Magazine this month

Our cover story looks at how to play the Vietnam investment story.

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Our Cover Story is Hello Hanoi. This in-depth series of articles looks at the investment opportunities in Vietnam. After the success of its international bond and Vinamilk's local listing, is it time to give Vietnam a serious look? Will it be the next big Asian investment theme?

Other Features

The End of Year Review. We look back over the events that shaped 2005.

2005 Awards for Achievement. Our annual look at the best banks and deals.

The FinanceAsia Inflation Index. Read this before you have your bonus discussion.

Investor Outlook. Top international investors give their predictions for stocks in Asia to watch in 2006.

Sovereign challenge. What is the outlook for Philippines government borrrowing in 2006?

Out of the pits. The mining sector in the Philippines is witnessing a resurgence.

Are you connected? At a roundtable, executives of Indonesian state-owned enterprises debated how to overcome resistance to restructuring and reform.

Whither Thailand? Can Thailand become an Asian hub for oil refining?

Bigger than we thought. China's economy has been declared 18.7% bigger.

Passage to India. The way to play India may be through the mid-cap stocks and not the large blue chip names.

Crisis management. Preparing for a potential pandemic is nothing to sneeze about.

Our Eye on CFO is with Rahul Basu of ICICI OneSource, Who is... Liyu Cheng, and China Entrepreneur is with Jack Pan. Plus all the other usuals: Angel Fok, Bookend, People on the Move, Month in Tech, Month in Asia, Deal of the Month and Primary Markets.

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About FinanceAsia Magazine

Established in 1996, FinanceAsia is the leading publisher of financial news in the Asia-Pacific region. Our combination of print and online products provide the latest news, analysis and insight into Asia’s financial markets.

Published monthly from our office in Hong Kong, FinanceAsia magazine provides our readers with the latest financial trends, interviews, features and investigative reports. The publication has a readership of key decision-makers at corporations, governments, investment and commercial banks, institutional investors, asset managers, brokers, traders and financial intermediaries.

Our regular sections include:

Data Story
We look at the key data behind a topical theme in Asian finance, showcased with an array of graphs and tables.

A monthly opinion column from the FinanceAsia editorial team. We provide our thoughts on a topic making the headlines.

Deal of the Month
Our regular two-page spread with its signature artwork and in-depth analysis examines the equity, debt or M&A deal that we feel has had the biggest impact on the Asian capital markets that month.

Investor Dialogue
For company CEOs and CFOs, what investors think is a critical concern, and in this column we help them understand just this. Each month we speak to a Chief Investment Officer of a top fund and outline their views on corporate governance, what stocks they like and where they expect to generate the best returns.

A monthly opinion piece from a respected author or commentator on Asian business, finance or economics.

People on the Move
Here we summarise the key hires, fires and moves at the region’s banks, highlighting at least one major move each month.

Deal Tracker
We examine the major primary markets deals of the month and comment on the quality of the debt or equity transaction and the secondary market performance.

The Arts of Finance
A light-hearted look at investment opportunities surrounding the arts business in Asia.


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