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Author ASEAN Roundtable (2010 : Singapore)

Title Achieving the ASEAN economic community 2015 : challenges for member countries and businesses / edited by Sanchita Basu Das
Edition 1st ed
Published Singapore : Institue of Southeast Asian Studies, 2012


Description 1 online resource (347 pages)
Contents Foreword by Rodolfo C. Severino; Message by Phillip Overmyer; Preface; Acknowledgements; Contributors; List of Abbreviations; 1 Introduction: State of Readiness of ASEAN Economies and Businesses, by Sanchita Basu Das; 2. ASEAN's Readiness in Achieving the AEC 2015: Prospects and Challenges, by S. Pushpanathan; PART I: CHALLENGES FOR MEMBER COUNTRIES; 3. Achieving the AEC 2015: Challenges for Brunei Darussalam, by Lim Jock Hoi; 4. Achieving the AEC2015: Challenges for Cambodia and its Businesses, by Chan Sophal and Larry Strange
5. AEC 2015, Cambodia, and the Lao PDR: View from the GMS, by Pradeep Srivastava6. Deadline 2015: Assessing Indonesia's Progress towards the AEC, by Hadi Soesastro and Raymond Atje; 7. Towards an Integrated AEC: Where is Malaysia? by Rajah Rasiah; 8. Achieving the AEC 2015: Challenges for the Philippines, by Jenny D. Balboa, Fatima Lourdes E. Del Prado, and Josef T. Yap; 9. ASEAN Economic Integration: Perspectives from Singapore, by Ong Keng Yong; 10. Achieving the AEC 2015: Challenges for Thailand, by Nipon Poapongsakorn
11. Achieving an Efficient AEC by 2015: A Perspective from Vietnam, by Vo Tri ThanhPART II: CHALLENGES FOR THE PRIVATE SECTOR; 12. ASEAN Economic Integration: Challenges to Brunei Businesses, by Pushpa Thambipillai; 13. Perspectives of the Indonesian Business Sector on the Regional Integration Process, by Widdi Mugijayani and Pratiwi Kartika; 14. Achieving the AEC 2015: Challenges for the Malaysian Private Sector, by Mahani Zainal Abidin, Loh Geok Mooi, and Nor Izzatina Abdul Aziz
15. Role of the Private Sector in Regional Economic Integration: A View from the Philippines, by Maureen Ane d. Rosellon and Josef T. Yap16. Role of the Singapore Private Sector in ASEAN Economic Integration, by Juliana Giam; 17. Thailand's Perspective on the Role of the Private Sector in the Process of Regional Integration, by Eggaluck Suwannakarn and Pisesporn Wasawong; 18. The Private Sector's articipation in Regional Integration: A Perspective from Vietnam, by Vo Tri Thanh and Nguyen Anh Duong; PART III: CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS
Summary ASEAN leaders proclaimed to create an ASEAN Economic Community by 2015. But achieving the target requires cooperation and coordination both within and among the ten ASEAN economies. Currently, with countries having varying considerations towards complete liberalization, protectionism still persists in certain sectors of the economies. Lot of work needs to be done in addressing the domestic reforms, the gaps in infrastructure, the lack of human resources and adequate institutions. Moreover, it is the businesses whose decisions and actions will help the region to achieve an effective integration
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject ASEAN -- Congresses
Business enterprises -- Southeast Asia -- Congresses
Regional economics -- Southeast Asia -- Congresses
Business enterprises
International economic integration
Regional economics
Southeast Asia -- Economic integration -- Congresses
Southeast Asia
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings
Form Electronic book
Author Basu Das, Sanchita
ISBN 9789814379656
Other Titles ASEAN economic community 2015