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Asian companies hedge their exposure

As corporations across Asia seek to hedge their bets, we talk to a Citi structurer about what's new in the marketplace.
Structured product volumes in Asia grew to around $300 billion in 2007, a 100% increase on 2006. But amid the global volatility, what structures are in vogue and what is the outlook for the market CitiÆs Adam Gilmour, who is the bankÆs Asia-Pacific co-head of corporate sales and structuring, gives his thoughts on one of AsiaÆs biggest growth markets and what clients are doing amid these uncertain times.

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