ASEAN Economic Community Blueprint

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About the Publication

On 28 July 2008, the ASEAN Studies Centre and the Regional Economic Studies Programme, both of the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, and the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung organized a roundtable on The ASEAN Economic Community Blueprint. The brainstorming session gathered Southeast Asian experts from the region to discuss the AEC Blueprint, which ASEANs leaders had adopted at their summit meeting in November 2007, and the prospects of any obstacles to its implementation by the target year, 2015. The roundtable started with a progress report on the AEC Blueprint given by S. Pushpanathan, Principal Director of Economic Integration and Finance, ASEAN Secretariat, Jakarta. Thereafter, the sessions examined the various aspects of the Blueprint tackling the non-tariff barriers, designing a comprehensive ASEAN Investment Agreement, a regional framework for competition policy, the role of infrastructure development in economic integration, the importance of international production networks in economic integration, etc.


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Preliminary pages
I. ASEAN Roundtable 2008: ASEAN Economic Community Blueprint
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II. Background Papers
1. Tackling Non-Tariff Barriers in ASEAN, by Myrna S Austria, author
2. Regional Framework for Competition Policy and AEC, by Soy Martua Pardede, author
3. Achieving an Integrated ASEAN Economic Community: The Role of Infrastructure Development?, by Biswa N. Bhattacharyay, author
4. How Less Developed Economies in Southeast Asia Can Participate in Production Networks: Industrial Policy in the WTO and FTA Era, by Ikuo Kuroiwa, author
Annex I: Programme of the ASEAN Roundtable 2008
Annex II: List of Participants
Annex III: List of NTBs Affecting the ASEAN Priority Sectors for Integration

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