Monitoring Regional Economic Integration in Asia

June 9, 2016

Given the diversity of Asia and the capacity constraints of countries in the region to manage integration, building an integrated Asian market is not easy. Because regional economic integration is a complex process, there is a need to understand how the process works so that policy makers are better informed of its outcomes and to guide them in formulating integration-related policies. Hence, monitoring regional economic integration.

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Topics: ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHEAST ASIAN NATIONS (ASEAN) REGIONAL INTEGRATION

Regions: EAST ASIA ASIA-PACIFIC

Authors: VALDIMIR DELA CRUZ ALADDIN D. RILLO

Publishing Institution: ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK

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