Finance Minister of the Year: Who ranks dead last?

FinanceAsia considered the best – and the worst – finance ministers across the Asia Pacific region and examined how they manage their nation's finances in a year of heightened economic and geopolitical uncertainties.

Steering the fiscal ship of a nation is no easy task at the best of times  and we are most definitely not living in the best of times.

Then throw into the mix the fact that a significant number of Asian countries are heading into elections later this year, and our annual survey of the region’s finance ministers has not been easy.

At FinanceAsia, however, we are nothing if not diligent, so a team of our reporters set about the task of interviewing experts and sources in each market to deliver a meaningful rankings list of finance chiefs.

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