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Economy

Asia's MBA schools rise up the FT's ranks

A record-high 11 programs in the region crack the annual list's top-100

CEIBS campus (Courtesy of CEIBS)

TOKYO Asia has become the key driver of the world economy, and with this has come the need for top-tier management talent. The region is better positioned than ever meet that demand, as shown in the latest Financial Times' MBA ranking published Jan. 29.

Sixteen business schools in Asia made the top 100, the most since the rankings began. Seven are in China and Hong Kong, four each are in India and Singapore, including Franco-Singaporean Insead, and one is in South Korea.

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