China and India: Asian values : In search for hitherto elusive co-operation
BFA Annual Conference 2007 opens, focusing on Asian integration
New vision for ADB
IMF set to play referee for financial integration in Asia
India, China urged to enhance regional economic cooperation
Japan, China must deepen economic ties for sake of EASIA- ADB
India, Malaysia Can Jointly Promote Developing Nations' Interests
Unified currency possible for East Asia
Myth of Asian trade veering from the West
Boao forum puts integration in sight
East Asia Economic Union Urged

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

China and India: Asian values : In search for hitherto elusive co-operation
AsiaNews.it, 23, April 2007

China and India need to work together much harder to develop industry and fight pollution as well as re-energise ‘Asian values’, leading businessmen and economists warned yesterday at the Boao Forum held in Hainan over the week-end.

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BFA Annual Conference 2007 opens, focusing on Asian integration
People’s Daily Online, 21, April 2007

The Annual Conference 2007 of the Boao Forum for Asia (BFA) opened Saturday in Boao of southern China's Hainan Province, focusing on integration of the whole Asia..

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New vision for ADB
The Hindu, 19 April 2007

The primary focus of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) should be on lending to infrastructure projects so as to maintain its relevance in the changing economic scenario in the region, an expert group, which was commissioned to chart out a vision for the multilateral institution, has said.

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IMF set to play referee for financial integration in Asia
The Times of India, 14 April 2007

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has offered to act as a mediator among Asian nations to implement its grandiose project of regional financial integration.

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India, China urged to enhance regional economic cooperation
The Hindu, 11 April 2007

NEW DELHI: India and China should take the lead in enhancing regional economic cooperation in Asia, Malaysian Foreign Minister Syed Hamid Albar said at a track-two Malaysia-India strategic dialogue on Tuesday.

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Japan, China must deepen economic ties for sake of EASIA- ADB
France 24, April 11, 2007

ADB president Haruhiko Kuroda told reporters on a visit to Japan said that Japan and China must set aside their political differences and forge closer economic ties for the sake of the whole of East Asia.

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India, Malaysia Can Jointly Promote Developing Nations' Interests
P. Vijian, Bernama, April 10, 2007

Malaysia will work closely with India, a growing economic powerhouse, to champion the interests of developing countries in the global arena, Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Syed Hamid Albar said at a two-day India-Malaysia Strategic Dialogue in the Indian capital.

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Unified currency possible for East Asia
By Li Zengxin, China Daily, 9 April 2007

The Third Network of East Asian Think-Tank (NEAT) Financial Cooperation Conference, held in Shanghai on April 7, the issue of "establishing a brought the issue of "a unified currency in East Asia" to the table. Also discussed at the meeting were topics including the "post Chiang Mai system" and the "Asian bond market."

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Myth of Asian trade veering from the West
P Parameswaran, The Standard, April 09, 2007

Asia may be the world's fastest-growing region and biggest market with booming regional trade and plentiful foreign reserves, but it is still far from being self-reliant, experts say.

Some Asian pundits have argued that the potentially large spending power of the region of nearly four billion people may help it weather a US slowdown and soften the impact of a global downturn.

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Boao forum puts integration in sight
China Daily, 4 April 2007

Given their different social and economic backgrounds, it will take Asian countries over 50 years to achieve economic integration, said Long Yongtu, secretary-general of the Boao Forum for Asia (BFA).

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East Asia Economic Union Urged
Monsters and Critics, 1 April 2007

Former leaders of five East Asia nations had a rare reunion in Japan and urged the formation of an economic alliance to promote their common interests.

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