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By Daisuke Hiratsuka

FTAs are proliferating in East Asia. This proliferation turns into a beginning for the region's financial integration at the one hand, yet also will bring about the "spaghetti (or noodle) ball syndrome," as a result of a mix of diverse ideas comparable to ideas of beginning. furthermore, the necessity for lots of methods and records, in addition to customized clearance at borders for highway transportation, consumes nice time and prices, resulting in excessive transportation expenditures. there are lots of matters to deal with with a purpose to reach additional fiscal integration. This publication explores the present country and path of financial integration in East Asia and examines how fiscal integration can permit every one financial system to profit both.

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These measures contributed to a high regional trade ratio of 52 per cent in 2004. The production fragmentation has extended, covering gradually almost all countries in the region. The benefits of economic integration have trickled down to the rural areas, and then even to the so-called peripheries (unindustrialized small countries) such as Cambodia and Laos. Such evolution of the core–periphery structure is the result not only of de jure integration and FTAs but also of improvements in the business climates in individual countries.

Consumption goods are generally bought from outside the country. Next, they calculated the Grubel-Lloyd index for the EU countries and found that intra-industry trade is larger than inter-industry trade but the latter is increasing for all the EU countries except Denmark. Some industries are becoming more dependent on intra-industry, while others are more dependent on inter-industry. What are the implications for East Asia from these European experiences? Firstly, there is no evidence to indicate that large countries benefit more from economic integration than small countries.

ASEAN enterprises have a major presence in agricultural products, including food and beverages. San Miguel, a major brewery in the Philippines, has expanded its business overseas. San Miguel operates breweries in Vietnam, Australia and Indonesia and maintains four breweries in China, including in Hong Kong. The Charoen Pokphand (CP) Group, a leading Thai agro-based company, has expanded into Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Singapore, Taiwan, Turkey and Vietnam.

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