Latest articles from Lawrence Yeo

View from Asia June/July 2011

Asia has some way to go before effective disaster mitigation strategies become the norm

View from Asia April/May

Recent earthquakes in the Asia-Pacific region are having a major impact on the regional economy. But, when businesses bounce back, they may well be stronger than ever, says Lawrence Yeo

View from Asia: February/March 2011

What are the prospects for Asian agriculture in the coming decade, and  should investors venture into this territory? The OECD-FAO Agricultural  Outlook report may have all the answers, says Lawrence Yeo

View from Asia: December 2010/January 2011

Despite some predictions of a weakening in east Asia's economic outlook, the region is still still set to record impressive growth across many sectors

View from Asia

Tread cautiously when considering entering or expanding in China

From Locations

View from Asia

Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam, or the CLMV countries, have been considered by market strategists and entrepreneurs for the past few years. Should they still be included in a market expansion portfolio?

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