The Changing Capital Markets of East Asia

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1.1 Real GDP growth 3
1.2 Stock market capitalisation, in US$ billion 3
1.3 IFC stock market index return: 1992 4
1.4 Stock market performance: 1992 4
1.5 Stock market volatility 5
1.6 World’s net debtors and creditors: 1993 13
2.1 The state of Japan’s top seven securities houses 43
2.2 GDP per employed person: 1991, in US$ 47
2.3 Manufacturing productivity 48
2.4 Family structure 50
3.1 Market capitalisation 63
3.2 Liquidity ratios 71
3.3 Barriers to foreign investment in the Asian equity markets 87
(3)A1.1 Korea Stock Exchange 110
(3)A1.2 Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange 111
(3)A1.3 Taiwan Stock Exchange 112
(3)A1.4 Stock Exchange of Thailand 113
(3)A1.5 Jakarta Stock Market 114
(3)A1.6 Stock Exchange of Singapore 115
(3)A1.7 Hong Kong Stock Market 116
(3)A2.1 Capital raised through new issues, right issues and placements 117
(3)A3.1 Equity markets and economic growth 118
4.1 The development of China’s securities markets 135
4.2 The PRC securities markets: December 1993 137
4.3 Conditions for PRC companies listing in Hong Kong 144
4.4 Performance of H shares since listing 145
4.5 Overseas listings in 1994-95 146
5.1 Asset size of the four major banks 149
6.1 Sources of borrowings of government-run enterprises 175
6.2 Sources of borrowings of private enterprises 177
6.3 Some economic indicators: 1980-92 178

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