Wednesday, 8th October 2008
As the Asia-Pacific countries take on more important roles in the world economy, demand for research on consumer markets and product trends in the region continues to grow both domestically and globally. This extract from the FUMSI Asia-Pacific Research Resources, part of the Regional Research Series, written by Jenny Zhan (the author of that report) and Pam Foster, outlines key market research tools for the region.
This extract from the FUMSI Asia-Pacific Research Resources, part of the Regional Research Series lists companies which publish market research reports either specifically for the Asia-Pacific region or include Asia-Pacific countries in their coverage.
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