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Unlocking the Archive of Asia's Progress
The Far Eastern Economic Review Archive offers users electronic access to the full run of this major newsweekly, comprising almost 3,000 issues, from its launch in 1946 to 2009. Renowned for its high-quality, authoritative reporting, it was concerned not only with economic matters but also politics, society, international relations, global issues, and the arts; it is a key resource for research in all of these facets of the Asia/Asia-Pacific regions and beyond. Following an initial emphasis on China and Hong Kong, the scope of the magazine’s coverage subsequently expanded to encompass other regions and countries, including Japan, India, and Australia, as well as smaller Asian states.
By making more than six decades of content easily accessible, The Far Eastern Economic Review Archive allows users to take a historical approach to understanding contemporary political economy in Asian states and to trace the major financial, commercial, political, and social developments during this period.
Coverage spanning 1946 to 2009 – over 60 years of content
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