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China in Central Asia: Risk and Opportunity Works Cited:


1. Russel Ong “China’s Security Interests in Central Asia” Central Asian Survey December 2005 24 (4) 425 – 439
2. “Go West, Young Man: China’s Economic Explosion is Rippling out to Central Asia” The Economist January. 4 2007
3. “China’s CITIC Group acquires Kazakhstan oil assets for 1.91bn dollars” BBC Monitoring Asia Pacific Group December 31, 2006
4. “China’s Economic Growth not only Oil and Energy” The Times of Central Asia January 7, 2007
5. “The Problem with Made in China: China is Choking on its Success at Attracting the World’s Factories. That has handed its Asian
neighbors a big opportunity” The Economist January. 11 2007


The Indian Retail Revolution Works Cited:


1. From ‘The Economist’ print edition: ‘Setting up shop in India’ (Nov 2nd 2006)
2. From ‘The Economist’ print edition: ‘Coming to market’ (Apr 12th 2006)
3. “kirana”- “mom and pop” stores
4. Source: http://www.thehindubusinessline.com : ‘Indian retail sector most fragmented: Study’ (New Delhi , Aug. 17)
5. Source: http://www.business-standard.com: ‘40 retail players to spend $25 bn in four years’ (BS Reporter / New Delhi January 9, 2007)
6. Source: http://www.indianexpress.com : ‘Retail may see more FDI’ (Posted online: Wednesday, January 10, 2007)
7. Source: http://www.indianexpress.com : ‘Retail may see more FDI’ (Posted online: Wednesday, January 10, 2007)
8. ‘Indian retail story crosses expectations’ (Prerna K Mishra , New Delhi, January 9, 2007)


Asia’s Rise of Organized Crime Works Cited:


1. “Japan Coast Guard to Boost anti-piracy cooperation with other nations” Japan Economic Newswire January 4, 2007
2. Gordon Fairclough, “China Warns Lenders on Influx of Fake $100 Bills,” Wall Street Journal March 24, 2006
3. Rob McCusker, “China, Globalisation, and Crime: A Potential Victim of its Own Prospective Success” Journal of Financial Crime London:
August 2004. 12 (1)
4. Phil Williams, “Organized Crime and Cyber-Crime, Implications for Business” CERT Coordination Center 2002
5. Dan Purtell and James Rice, Jr. “Assessing cargo supply risk: a study of supply line risk in 45 countries finds that many companies are
not properly assessing or countering vulnerabilities.(Special Focus on Transportation and Cargo)” Security Management. 50 (11) November
1, 2006
6. Rob McCusker, “China, Globalisation, and Crime: A Potential Victim of its Own Prospective Success” Journal of Financial Crime London:
August 2004. 12 (1)
7. Dan Purtell and James Rice, Jr. “Assessing cargo supply risk: a study of supply line risk in 45 countries finds that many companies are
not properly assessing or countering vulnerabilities.(Special Focus on Transportation and Cargo)” Security Management. 50 (11) November
1, 2006
8. Gerald Vinten, Review of Blood Brothers: The Criminal Underworld of Asia by Bertil Lintner, Asia and Business Management June 2005.
4 (2)
9. Dan Purtell and James Rice, Jr. “Assessing cargo supply risk: a study of supply line risk in 45 countries finds that many companies are
not properly assessing or countering vulnerabilities.(Special Focus on Transportation and Cargo)” Security Management. 50 (11) November
1, 2006
10. Dan Purtell and James Rice, Jr. “Assessing cargo supply risk: a study of supply line risk in 45 countries finds that many companies are
not properly assessing or countering vulnerabilities.(Special Focus on Transportation and Cargo)” Security Management. 50 (11) November
1, 2006
11. “Japan Coast Guard to Boost anti-piracy cooperation with other nations” Japan Economic Newswire January 4, 2007


Asia’s Free Trade Area Woes Works Cited:


1. “World APEC Leaders Endorse Two Important Documents On First Day” Thai Press Reports. 21 November 2006.
2. “EDITORIAL: More of the same form APEC.” Knight Ridder Tribune Business News. 23 November 2006: 1.
3. McGeown, Kate “China challenges US at APEC forum.” BBC News. Updated 15 November 2006. <http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asiapacific/
6150406.stm> Cited 11 December 2006.
4. “EDITORIAL: Trade matters: WTO needs some clout behind rules; Pacific Rim prospers,” Knight Ridder Tribune Business News. 28 November
2006: 1
5. “APEC heads vow trade talk revival” Updated 19 November 2006. <http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/business/6162970.stm> Cited 13 December
2006.
6. “EDITORIAL: Trade matters: WTO needs some clout behind rules; Pacific Rim prospers,” Knight Ridder Tribune Business News. 28 November
2006: 1
7. “14th APEC Annual Economic Leaders’ Meeting Ha Noi Declaration.” Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation. Updated 19 November 2006.
<http://www.apec.org/apec/leaders__declarations/2006.html> Cited 12 December 2006.
8. Shangwu, Sun. “Apec leaders seek free, open trade.” China Daily. 20 November 2006: 1.
9. “EDITORIAL: Trade matters: WTO needs some clout behind rules; Pacific Rim prospers,”Knight Ridder Tribune Business News. 28 November
2006: 1
10. “On trade, security and cooperation” The Straits Times. 25 November 2006.
11. “EDITORIAL: More of the same form APEC.” Knight Ridder Tribune Business News. 23 November 2006: 1.
12. “EDITORIAL: More of the same form APEC.” Knight Ridder Tribune Business News. 23 November 2006: 1.

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