GCC ‘poised for substantial growth in non-oil sector’
31 October, 2006
China’s Asean entry to hit India hard
Financial Express, 26 October 2006
India keen on Asian economic integration: Chidambaram
The Hindu, 17 October 2006
Asia needs to invest $3T in infrastructure over next decade
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GCC ‘poised for substantial growth in non-oil sector’
31 October,2006

R Seetharaman, deputy CEO of Doha Bank, has said the GCC countries are well-poised for a substantial growth in non-oil sector as well due to its fiscal surpluses. GCC countries, he said, are consciously pursuing diversification, efficiency building, and creating long-term prosperous economic models, capable of absorbing any sector-specific shocks.

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China’s Asean entry to hit India hard
Financial Express October 26 2006

India will be worst hit among other Asian countries if China makes a pre-emptive entry into the Asean due to trade diversion, a study by Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations (Icrier) stated.

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India keen on Asian economic integration: Chidambaram
The Hindu, 17 October 2006

AIndia is ready to play an "active" role in promoting Asian economic integration and is keen to cooperate with China in achieving the goal, Finance Minister P Chidambaram said in his inaugural speech at the third 'Made in India' show organised by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII).

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Asia needs to invest $3T in infrastructure over next decade
business.inq7.net, 2 October 2006

ASIA needs to invest around $3 trillion in infrastructure over the next decade, but only half of the requirements will likely be met at the current investment rate, an Asian Development Bank official said Monday.

Masahiro Kawai, head of the ADB's Office of Regional Economic Integration, told reporters that while the region has money to foot the bill, it will have to develop a system such as a regional bond market to channel domestic savings to infrastructure needs.

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