Economic Integration Between China And ASEAN

Laurenceson, James (2003) Economic Integration Between China And ASEAN. Discussion Paper No 329, School of Economics, University of Queensland.

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Author Laurenceson, James
Title Economic Integration Between China And ASEAN
School, Department or Centre School of Economics
Institution University of Queensland
Report Number Discussion Paper No 329
Publication date 2003-06-01
Language eng
Subject 340206 International Economics and International Finance
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Abstract/Summary With the signing in November 2001 of a China-ASEAN free trade agreement due for completion in 2010, the question of the current degree of economic integration between China and ASEAN becomes important. This papers uses international parity conditions to investigate this issue. The results indicate that China is already highly integrated with ASEAN with respect to trade in goods and services. Financial integration however remains significantly incomplete. Given that external bodies such as the WTO will increasingly dictate the pace of China's future financial liberalization, the main implication of these findings is that complimentary reforms, such as the upgrading of prudential frameworks, need to be completed as a matter of urgency in both China and ASEAN.
Keyword China
ASEAN
economic integration
international parity conditions
Additional Notes ISBN: 14465523

Document type: Department Technical Report
Collection: Discussion Papers (School of Economics)
 
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