Claudia Cragg

Claudia Cragg - Editor

London, UK

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Author, broadcaster, journalist, and former magazine editor and foreign correspondent, working robustly and full-time since the mid-1970s.Available on a freelance basis for interesting commissions needing copy editing, proofreading or general editorial assessment.
Several books which most notably include the best-sellers, 'Hunting With The Tigers' (Pfeiffer), 'The New Taipans' (Random House), and 'The New Maharajahs' (Random House). Books on Asian business and economic personalities.
Special interests: everything to do with Asia-Pacific, especially Japan and China.Also more generally people and politics (especially UK and US), economics, international business, women and gender issues.New Media (has MA in Journalism & New Media). Available to advise on, edit and prepare manuscripts for publication.


Languages
English (UK)
Non-Fiction
Business & Management
Economics
Politics & Current Affairs
Fiction
Cultural & Ethnic Themes

Portfolio (3 selected works)

Hunting With the Tigers: Doing Business With Hong Kong, Indonesia, South Korea, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam

Claudia Cragg

In the 1990s, the volume of trade in and across the Pacific Ocean has surpassed that of the Atlantic. In fiscal terms, it amounts to a three-trillion-a-year market growing at the rate of three billion a week. Cragg explores the reasons for, and the results of, this phenomenon.

In the 1990s, the volume of trade in and across the Pacific Ocean has surpassed that of the Atlantic. In fiscal terms, it amounts to a three-trillion-a-year market growing at the rate of three billion a week. Cragg explores the reasons for, and the results of, this phenomenon.

The New Taipans

Claudia Cragg

In colonial times, the business leaders in Asia were known as taipans, or "big lords." They were almost all of Western origin, and were both feared and revered. Today's taipans are even more powerful. They are with few exceptions Chinese, and about 15 of them constitute one of the most powerful groups in the world. The New Taipans takes the reader into a closed and privileged world and provide... read more

In colonial times, the business leaders in Asia were known as taipans, or "big lords." They were almost all of Western origin, and were both feared and revered. Today's taipans are even more powerful. They are with few exceptions Chinese, and about 15 of them constitute one of the most powerful groups in the world. The New Taipans takes the reader into a closed and privileged world and provide... read more

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