India's Peaceful Rise
Lee Kuan Yew, 24 December 2007
ASEAN and East Asia could be India’s new gold mine
Dr Suvrokamal Dutta, Merinews.com, 08 December 2007
Will ASEAN integration take place as expected?
Tetsuya Tsuruhara,5 December 2007
Challenging times for Asia
Mohamed Ariff, Executive Director, MIER,The Staronline, 3 December 2007




 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




India's Peaceful Rise
Lee Kuan Yew, 24 December 2007

Even though the economy's annual growth rate has been 8% to 9% for the last five years, India's peaceful rise hasn't led to unease over the country's future. Instead, Americans, Japanese and western Europeans are keen to invest in India, ride on its growth and help develop another heavyweight country.

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ASEAN and East Asia could be India’s new gold mine
Dr Suvrokamal Dutta, Merinews.com, 08 December 2007

If Asia has to strengthen her economic and political weight in the world affairs, India has to be involved as an integral part of the Asia-wide cooperation.

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http://www.merinews.com/catFull.jsp?articleID=128408

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Will ASEAN integration take place as expected?
Tetsuya Tsuruhara, 5 December 2007

With the establishment of the charter, the ASEAN, which celebrated its 40th anniversary in August, finally has a set of written regulations. The charter is a specific step on a path to create an ASEAN Community by 2015. The charter adopted a format similar to that of the Treaty on European Union, Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong stressed that the ASEAN countries will unite as an independent entity in the future.

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Challenging times for Asia
Mohamed Ariff, Executive Director, MIER,The Staronline, 3 December 2007

Asia has experienced deeper economic integration and greater macroeconomic interdependence in the process of economic recovery. Empirical evidence suggests that Asia has become more “autonomous” in the sense that the long-run output variance is less influenced by global shocks in the post-crisis period than previously.


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http://biz.thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2007/12/3/business/19603531&sec=business

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