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India and regional integration in Asia.

Sisir Gupta

India and regional integration in Asia.

by Sisir Gupta

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Published by Asia Publishing House in New York .
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    Subjects:
  • Alliances,
  • Regionalism (International organization),
  • India -- Foreign relations,
  • Asia, Southeastern -- History

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. [149]-152.

    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 155 p.
    Number of Pages155
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14316887M

      Siraj Azmat Chaudhry, Chairman, Cargill India, India A.H.M. Mustafa Kamal, Minister for Planning of Bangladesh Richard Rekhy, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Partner, KPMG, India.   South Asia today is among the most unstable regions in the world, riddled by both intra- and inter-state conflict. This book presents a comprehensive technical analysis of the trade–conflict relationship within the region, and explores how South Asia demonstrates underperformance of its potential for economic : Amita Batra.

    1 World Bank, South Asia: Growth and Regional Integration, Washington D.C, (). Intra-regional trade Intra-regional trade in South Asian countries, was at 19% of . East Asia has become the most dynamic economic region in the world in the past decades. After the Second World War, the main driving force of regional integration was Japan, but the recent economic rise of China significantly influenced the model and the speed of the regionalization process in East Asia.

    India ASEAN FTA – A Move towards Multilateral Free Trade Agreements? (1/) India should go for FTA with the Central Asian Countries; African Regional Integration: Turning a Dream into a Reality; SAARC and BIMSTEC – Understanding their Experience in Regional Cooperation ‘Energising’ India’s Development through Economic Diplomacy. a keen interest in India’s strategy toward a region increasingly described as the ‘Indo-Pacific’. At its most basic level, the concept of an ‘Indo-Pacific’ is driven by a need to incorporate India into the Asia-Pacific. Hence the tile of this volume, Realising the Indo-Pacific: tasks for India’s regional integration.


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