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Author Chufrin, Gennady

Title East Asia : Between Regionalism and Globalism
Published Singapore : Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2006
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Description 1 online resource (116 pages)
Contents Contents; 1. Regionalism in East Asia: Development in Stages by Gennady Chufrin; 1. Regionalism in East Asia: Development in Stages by Gennady Chufrin; 2. Economic Cooperation in East Asia: Main Directions, Dynamics, and Scale by Alexander Rogozhin; 2. Economic Cooperation in East Asia: Main Directions, Dynamics, and Scale by Alexander Rogozhin; 3. Foreign Economic Strategy of China by Vilya Gelbras and Valentina Kuznetsova; 3. Foreign Economic Strategy of China by Vilya Gelbras and Valentina Kuznetsova; 4. ASEAN and East Asia by Victor Sumsky
4. ASEAN and East Asia by Victor Sumsky5. Regional Economic Cooperation in Northeast Asia: Issues and Prospects by Alexander Fedorovsky; 5. Regional Economic Cooperation in Northeast Asia: Issues and Prospects by Alexander Fedorovsky; 6. The United States and a New Stage of Economic Cooperation in East Asia by Vyacheslav B. Amirov; 6. The United States and a New Stage of Economic Cooperation in East Asia by Vyacheslav B. Amirov; 7. Russia's National Interests and East Asian Regional Economic Cooperation by Gennady Chufrin
7. Russia's National Interests and East Asian Regional Economic Cooperation by Gennady ChufrinIndex; Index
Summary The book analyses modern tendencies in the development of regional economic cooperation in East Asia which is considered by regional countries as their response to growing challenges of globalization. Trying to protect their national interests by collective efforts they are promoting regional commercial, investment, and financial cooperation as measures aimed at improving the efficiency of their economies. These steps however are not regarded as a counterweight to globalization but merely dir .
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Subject Globalization.
Regionalism -- East Asia.
Far East -- Foreign economic relations.
Far East -- Foreign relations.
Far East -- Commerce.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 9789812305695
9812305696