Fox, Justin
May 1998
Fortune;5/11/1998, Vol. 137 Issue 9, p98
Discusses investments in emerging markets in light of the financial crisis in Asia as of late April 1998. The case of Robert Howe's New Asia fund; United Engineers of Malaysia being one of the greatest of all money losers for United States and European investors; Graph of United States investment in emerging markets from 1985 to 1997; Holdings of United Engineers foreign institutional investors before November 1997.


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