Interview with William J Holstein

Chowdary, Nagendra V.
February 2008
IBSCDC Executive Interviews;2008, p1
Case Study
An interview with award-winning editor and author William J. Holstein is presented. When asked about the slow but confident burst of growth in emerging markets, he expects that growth trend to continue. He explains the origins of the new found growth avenue and the factors that contributed to it. He also talks about the stellar economic growth demonstrated by China.


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