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The Maritime Silk Road — Enhancing Connectivity, Logistics and Supply Chains    December 2014

Co-Author David James was a panelist at the 6th World Chinese Economic Forum  in Chongqing, China, in December 2014.  The panel discussed “The Maritime Silk Road — Enhancing Connectivity, Logistics and Supply Chains.”  To complement his remarks, he wrote this Article.

Annual NASBITE International Conference  March 31 – April 4, 2014

Co-Author David James was a keynote speaker at the Annual Conference of NASBITE International in Memphis, Tennessee, on April 3, 2014.  His topic: “Navigating The New Asia.”  NASBITE International is an international organization that promotes international business practice, education and training.

Choice Magazine  January 2014

“The authors have considerable experience working and consulting in Asia, and they nicely cover the broad region of Asia rather than just China or India, as many volumes do. . . .  Chapter 5, on technology, innovation, and entrepreneurship, was particularly intriguing to this reviewer . . . .  The last part, “Strategies for the New Asia,” offers an overall assessment of Asia and, to a certain extent, provides a SWOT analysis of the Asian economies.  Useful bibliography of print and electronic resources. Summing Up: Recommended.

Business Standard, (India’s leading business newspaper), by Sunanda K Datta-Ray, June 14, 2013

“James and Merchant are admirably qualified to guide adventurous Western businessmen through the xenophobia and superstitions of the world’s largest democracy [India] that is also becoming, as the authors note, ‘the world’s service provider’.”

Hong Kong Trade Development Council.  Comment by Raymond Yip, assistant executive director of the HKTDC in Hong Kong, July 2013:  “The New Asia is very timely and thought-provoking.  Over 5,000 businesspeople turned up for the HKTDC’s “Think Asia Think Hong Kong” programs in New York City and Los Angeles in June 2013, indicating the strong interest of United States companies entering Asian markets via Hong Kong.”

The Frankfurt Book Fair  is the world’s largest trade fair for books, and in October 2013, ABC-CLIO  featured The New Asia at the event.

The Harvard Club of NYC Book Fair  on October 16, 2013, included The New Asia at its event.