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ASIA PACIFIC REPORT is already well established as a respected and at times highly confidential reporter on developments in this important part of the world. It has been very well received in high corporate, political and government offices around Australia and the world. Its sources throughout the region are exemplary and sometimes secret. Its reports on the unfolding Indonesian saga, in particular, have been unsurpassed because of its unsurpassed sources. But its sources throughout the rest of Asia are just as impressive - in government, corporate, military and socio-cultural-religious and other circles.

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