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ZeiTGeiST ASIA Magazine

ZeiTGeiST ASIA is an English language monthly magazine published by ZeiTGeiST Publications, a division of N

ZeiTGeiST ASIA is an English language monthly magazine published by ZeiTGeiST Publications, a division of N

ZeiTGeiST ASIA Magazine

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ZeiTGeiST ASIA Magazine
ZeiTGeiST ASIA Magazine
ZeiTGeiST ASIA Magazine

What is it about?

ZeiTGeiST ASIA is an English language monthly magazine published by ZeiTGeiST Publications, a division of N.G.Lakhanpal Strategic Management Services Pvt. Ltd. The aim of the magazine, ZeiTGeiST ASIA, is to provide high quality knowledge enriched with contrarian analysis of the current events relating to business, economy and socio-cultural environment of the Asian region. ZeiTGeiST ASIA seeks to create a critical mass of public opinion for achieving the Asian Common Market on the lines of the European Common Market. The Magazine is benchmarked against "The Economist" of London

ZeiTGeiST ASIA Magazine

App Details

Version
6.16
Rating
NA
Size
19Mb
Genre
News
Last updated
August 9, 2017
Release date
June 13, 2012
More info

ZeiTGeiST ASIA Magazine is FREE but there are more add-ons

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    ZeiTGeiST ASIA May 2012

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App Store Description

ZeiTGeiST ASIA is an English language monthly magazine published by ZeiTGeiST Publications, a division of N.G.Lakhanpal Strategic Management Services Pvt. Ltd. The aim of the magazine, ZeiTGeiST ASIA, is to provide high quality knowledge enriched with contrarian analysis of the current events relating to business, economy and socio-cultural environment of the Asian region. ZeiTGeiST ASIA seeks to create a critical mass of public opinion for achieving the Asian Common Market on the lines of the European Common Market. The Magazine is benchmarked against "The Economist" of London