Push market integration in expanding East Asia
YOSHIO NAKAMURA
The Japan Times, February 26, 2007

Japan, South Korea can pull Asia together
TAKASHI KITAZUME,
The Japan Times, Feb. 22, 2007

BIMP-EAGA wrong economic partner, says NEDA chief
Mindanews, 22 February 2007

Five trends in Asia that will impact Western Pennsylvania's economy
Dennis Unkovic
February 13, 2007


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 









Push market integration in expanding East Asia
The Japan Times, February 26, 2007
YOSHIO NAKAMURA

As robust economic expansion continues worldwide, emerging economic powers like the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India and China) and other Asian countries are riding a wave of globalization to achieve rapid growth.

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Japan, South Korea can pull Asia together
The Japan Times, Feb. 22, 2007
TAKASHI KITAZUME

Japan and South Korea should work together to save the flagging efforts to seek tighter economic integration in Asia, where key players seem to lack a common blueprint for the region's future and push for their own separate agenda, veteran journalists from South Korea told a recent symposium in Tokyo.


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BIMP-EAGA wrong economic partner, says NEDA chief
Mindanews, 22 February 2007

The ADB made a study aimed to help mobilize the potential of sub-regional economic cooperation for the development of BIMP-EAGA, highlighting the EAGA profile, setting up short- and long-term development visions and strategies, and developing a framework for implementation and monitoring.

Along with other important findings, the study indicated that there were "significant investment opportunities based on latent economic complementation and other forms of regional economic cooperation." It also provided a list of investment and trade project proposals.

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Five trends in Asia that will impact Western Pennsylvania's economy
Dennis Unkovic, February 13, 2007

As Asian economic might has grown, the material quality of life of Asian people has risen dramatically, too. Today Asia represents not just competition, but a customer base as well for a wide spectrum of American businesses.

But Asia also has emerged as a competitor for the resources that are consumed to create high living standards, leading me to the first of five trends in Asia that I believe will have the most impact on the Pittsburgh regional economy.

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