U.S. CEOs Favor Asia In Outlook Study

Jan. 13, 2005
Three out of four top U.S. executives surveyed expect Asia to create the most new jobs in 2005, says a new study sponsored by accounting and consulting firm Deloitte & Touche LLP. Also according to the "Millennium Survey," which was conducted by ...

Three out of four top U.S. executives surveyed expect Asia to create the most new jobs in 2005, says a new study sponsored by accounting and consulting firm Deloitte & Touche LLP. Also according to the "Millennium Survey," which was conducted by Yankelovich Partners, almost half of those surveyed expect their company's strongest revenue growth in 2005 will come from Asia, despite the region's current financial upheavals.

The extensive survey queried 409 CEOs and senior executives at U.S. companies with revenues above $1 billion on their predictions for the business environment as well as work/life issues in the year 2005.

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