Historic Asia trade route to be rebuilt
India for greater engagement with East Asia
India calls for the formation of an Asian Economic Community
Supply-side factors are helping drive Asian exports – ADB
Growing manufacturing trade helps East Asia ride forex rise
FM sets agenda for integration of capital mkts in Asian region
Pranab seeks to push further 'Look East' policy
Japan, India team up on WTO talks
India's presence imperative for APEC: Expert
Asian Integration Still a Long Way Off
Pranab Mukherjee to address seminar on SAARC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 






Historic Asia trade route to be rebuilt
Financial Times, 18 September 2007

China and seven countries in and around central Asia have reached a preliminary agreement to build a $19.2bn (£9.6bn) modern-day equivalent to the historic “Silk Road” trade route between China and Europe.

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India for greater engagement with East Asia
The Hindu, 17 September 2007

Projecting itself as an emerging "vibrant economy" that will offer larger opportunities in the future, India today pitched for greater engagement with East Asia to find its own "destiny" while rejecting the "narrower" or "restrictive" concept of Asian economic integration.

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India calls for the formation of an Asian Economic Community
Sanjay Kumar, Malaysia Sun, 17 September, 2007

India today called for greater economic cooperation with fellow East Asian countries in pursuit of a "truely integrated Asian economy.

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Supply-side factors are helping drive Asian exports–ADB
Forbes.com, 17 September 2007

Asia's export performance is 'critically influenced' by the availability and quality of services and infrastructure and by factors that attract and provide comfort to foreign direct investors, the Asian Development Bank said in a new study.

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Growing manufacturing trade helps East Asia ride forex rise
Business.inquirer.net, 17 September 2007

The growing trade in manufactured parts and components is helping East Asia weather the strengthening of regional currencies while inducing greater economic integration, an Asian Development Bank report said.

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FM sets agenda for integration of capital mkts in Asian region
Economic Times, 16 September 2007

India will work with seven of its neighbours to make Asian capital markets most favoured investment destinations globally. Finance minister P Chidambaram set the agenda for integration of capital markets in the region for facilitating greater capital flow among eight neighbouring nations and forging a South Asian Economic Union. Addressing his counterparts from the neighbouring economies, Mr Chidambaram enlisted the steps to be taken to facilitate a barrier-free flow of goods, services and capital among the nations.

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http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/Economy/Agenda_for_integration_of_capital_mkts/articleshow/2373052.cms

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Pranab seeks to push further 'Look East' policy
Times of India, 15 September 2007

With an aim of pushing India's 'Look East' policy, External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee today asked the heads of missions in the region to work for promoting further the strategic engagement with South East Asian countries, particularly in security, trade and economic fields.

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Japan, India team up on WTO talks
Japan Times, 12 September 2007

Japan and India have agreed to strengthen bilateral cooperation to produce a deal in the stalled Doha Round of global trade liberalization talks by the targeted deadline of the end of this year, according to Japanese officials.

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India's presence imperative for APEC: Expert
The Economic Times, 7 September, 2007

India should be among the nations admitted to the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation to make the regional grouping "truly inclusive", says former Malaysian diplomat Deva Mohammed Ridzam.

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http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/News/Economy/Indias_presence_imperative_for_APEC_Expert/
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Asian Integration Still a Long Way Off
China Daily, 6 September 2007

The European Union should serve as an example for Asian economies that are striving to push the Asian integration.

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http://www.china.org.cn/english/business/223414.htm

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Pranab Mukherjee to address seminar on SAARC
Economic Times, 1 September, 2007

External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee will deliver the keynote address at the inaugural session of seminar on "SAARC: Accelerating Cooperation through Connectivity". The seminar is being organized by the Public Diplomacy Division of Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) in association with Research and Information System (RIS), Global India Foundation (GIF) and Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI).

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