GCC investment in Asia to rise to $30b in 2007
ADB president calls for building Asian economic integration
RP to benefit from ASEAN integration
EU-style community for Asia "not feasible": ADB President

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GCC investment in Asia to rise to $30b in 2007
Khaleej Times Online, 29 March 2007

Drawing synergies between the cash- rich GCC and fast growing Asia, the Malaysian Central bank chief yesterday saw a strong emerging link which could be exploited for mutual gains.

"The emergence and integration of Islamic finance centres in the Gulf and Asia have created an environment of flourishing activity reminiscent of the centuries old Silk Road," Dr Zeti Akhtar Aziz, Governor, Bank Negara Malaysia told top global investors and bankers, here in the Malaysian capital, Kuala Lumpur.

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ADB president calls for building Asian economic integration
March 2 2007

President of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) Haruhiko Kuroda Thursday called for a pragmatic step-by- step approach in building Asian economic cooperation and integration, rather than building it upon a "vision" as was the case of European Union.

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RP to benefit from ASEAN integration
Jmb.com, 2 March 2007

The Philippines could benefit from the planned economic integration and regional cooperation of the Asean economies targeted to take place by 2015.

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EU-style community for Asia "not feasible": ADB President
March 1 2007

President of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) Haruhiko Kuroda told a conference in Manila that trying to set up a grand European Union-style economic community for Asia "does not appear feasible,” and the focus should be shifted towards setting up sub-regional groups.

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