2006 Asia 200 Report: Asia's 200 Most Admired Companies
|Newspaper - The Wall Street Journal|
|September 05 2007|
A listing of the top 10 companies in each of 12 Asia-Pacific countries plus the top 80 multinational companies doing business in the region.
To our readers: We wanted to do something special to celebrateThe Wall Street Journal Asia’s 30th anniversary.You are holding the result in your hands.
As part of its continuing commitment to investors and business throughout the region, The Wall Street Journal Asia re-launched and enhanced the annual search for Asia’s 200 most admired companies. This survey of business readers in Asia had been conducted since 1993 by our sister publication the Far Eastern Economic Review until it changed format two years ago.
We made a significant change to this year’s survey: We nominated—and then asked readers to rank—only those large publicly traded companies in which you can invest.
After all, investment advice is at the heart of our 30-yearlong commitment to readers in Asia.We like to think of the WSJA 200 as the ultimate performance review for Corporate Asia . The winners are Asia’s elite, names that resound throughout the region—plus a few surprises.
There’s even one company we’re going to call a Gold Medalist: Out of all the corporations nominated since 1993, only one won the top spot in its country every year the survey was conducted, including 2006. We reveal that most admired company on page 18.
We’re pleased to present the companies you, our readers, admire most.
Pdf format, 21mb, 24pages.
Published by The Wall Street Journal Asia.
The Wall Street Journal (Asia): Global Business News for Asia.
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