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AseanAffairs Magazine July - August 2010
CONTENT • BEYOND ASEAN 
• ASEAN BAZAAR • ASEAN TALK
ASEAN AVIATION • INSIDE OUT
• ASEAN MONEY • OPINION
• ASEAN TRAVELLER • INDIA IN SPOTLIGHT

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India in Spotlight : Pages 33-65
In this issue, Asean Affairs looks at the economy of India and her relationship with Asean. India is the world’s 11th ranking economy in terms of gross domestic product in 2009, but is expected to crack the top 10 this year. Her close proximity to Asean countries through already established cultural and commercial ties seems to be a “natural fit” with Asean. Exclusive Asean Affairs interviews with business leaders and economic observers of the Indian scene and foreign companies doing business in India offer readers an in-depth look at one of the world’s fastest developing economies. 

8 Your Views  

10 Editorial 

12 Subscription form / Index of advertisers

  
 
Asean Talk
14 ASEAN AND THAILAND: A GERMAN VIEW    
The German Ambassador to Thailand, Dr. Hanns Schumacher, offers his forthright views on recent developments in the Land of Smiles.  
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Inside Out
16 THAILAND IS RECONCILING?  
Brunei Goes Green, What’s Up with Laos?, Bullet Train Goes Nowhere in Vietnam.
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Asean Money
20  SCAPEGOATING THE CHINESE YUAN AND THE GOLD MARKET
Paul Ebeling Jnr. derides the practice of scapegoating the Chinese yuan and gives an analysis of the 2010 gold market.  View Sample

Asian Aviation
66 Thai Airport Is Now Tenth In the World, Malaysia Airlines Looks to Expand.  View Sample

Beyond Asean
70Asean-Japan Centre Builds Economic, Cultural, Tourism Ties.View Sample

Asean Auto
74 Proton Optimistic About Increasing Market Share Group Managing Director, Proton Holdings Berhad, describes the challenges facing the Malaysian automaker.  View Sample



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