Asian Economic Cooperation and Integration: Progress, Prospects, and Challenges

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Asian Development Bank, 2005 - Business & Economics - 388 pages
Comprised of papers presented at a 2004 conference on Asian integration, this collection of expert views evaluates the current state of economic cooperation in Asia and explores the benefits and challenges of increased integration across the region. With an eye towards globalization and the modern geopolitical landscape, the essays reflect a growing awareness of the interdependence of countries in the region and discuss possible steps to continue the enhancement of intra-Asian relationships more expansively than ever before.

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