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FINS2622 Mid-Semester Notes - Weeks 1-4

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Complete notes for the FINS2622 mid-semester exam. This course covers essential elements of Asia-Pacific capital markets. Countries include China, Indonesia, Malaysia, South Korea, Thailand, Vietnam, Philippines, Taiwan and others.

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....................................................................................... 2 Tutorial 1 Discussion Questions ...................................................................... 8 Week 2: Corporate Governance ...................................................................... 11 Tutorial 2 Discussion Questions .................................................................... 16 Week 3: Liberalisation/Globalisation ............................................................. 20 Tutorial 3 Discussion Questions .................................................................... 27 Week 4: Limits to Legal Protection (GAK) ..................................................... 30 1 ________________ Week 1: Introduction – What are Asia-Pacific markets Why study/invest in Asia-Pacific markets Purpose of The Course • Purpose: Devel...
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