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What Asia's Deepening Links with Other High-Growth Markets Mean for Corporate Strategy?

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Baker & McKenzie Barcelona Fraud Lawyers report discusses the deepening trade, investment and ideas connecting high-growth markets, and how global business is responding. Asia is playing a central role in driving this global connectivity.


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Baker & McKenzie Barcelona Fraud Lawyers report discusses the deepening trade, investment and ideas connecting high-growth markets, and how global business is responding. Asia is playing a central role in driving this global connectivity.

Singapore, 22 October 2013 - Baker & McKenzie today launches the third in its series of reports analysing the impact of the rise of high-growth markets on global businesses. "From Silks and Spices to Dollars and Devices: What Asia's Deepening Links with other High-Growth Markets mean for Corporate Strategy" is an Economist Corporate Network report, sponsored by Baker & McKenzie. The report includes the results of interviews from 20 senior leaders from multinational corporations, who discuss how their businesses are adapting to a new economic order in which developing strategies for growth in emerging markets is key to corporate success. It was launched at the Firm's Annual Meeting of partners in Singapore. [Read full at http://www.bakermckenzie.com/news/whatasiadeepeninglinkshighgrowthcorporatestrategy/]





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