Noneconomic Restrictions on East Asian Economic integration and the Study on Countermeasures. Yuxiaojie In Kim, S. D., Shin, H. J., Yoon, T., Kim, Y. R., & Hong, J., editors, volume 2, pages 339--345, Gwangju, Korea, October, 2006. The Executive Agency for Culture Cities, The Ministry of Culture & Tourism.
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The world is considered as having three major regions, Western Europe, North America and East Asia. Unlike the other two regions, however, East Asia is not as well defined as an economic region. While Western European Union (EU) and the North American Free Trade Agreement (ANFTA) respectively, East Asia has no comparable regional arrangement. East region is a globally defined economic region different from the other major regions. While economic and noneconomic restrictions somehow prevent the Asian economic integration. This paper will go details to find out how noneconomic restrictions work on the East Economic Integration. The writer focuses on three factors. Firstly, sovereignty factor, as many of the Asian countries was invaded by Japan or western countries, it is easy for people from these countries to misinterpret the share of sovereignty decision into aggregation. This "sovereignty cost" prevent regional economic integration. Secondly, religion and culture factor, Compare to similar religion in European country and North America, it is really complicate in Asian region. Thirdly, history factor, as for some historical problems, some Asian countries still have conflicts on territory. Three noneconomic restrictions make up the bottle-neck of the Asian economic integration. Although it is difficult to solve all the problems at once, we can still do some efforts on them gradually. To begin with, the Asian nations should build the Asian consciousness, all the Asian countries should recognize that we have common benefits on energy sources, international crime and preventing financial crisis, accordingly it will be easily for Asian nations build much deeper cooperation. Then, Asian nations should set up mutual benefit and mutual trust relationship. At last, we'd better set up mutual and multilayer economic cooperation among the nations.
@inproceedings{kim_noneconomic_2006,
	address = {Gwangju, Korea},
	title = {Noneconomic {Restrictions} on {East} {Asian} {Economic} integration and the {Study} on {Countermeasures}},
	volume = {2},
	abstract = {The world is considered as having three major regions, Western Europe, North America and East Asia. Unlike the other two regions, however, East Asia is not as well defined as an economic region. While Western European Union (EU) and the North American Free Trade Agreement (ANFTA) respectively, East Asia has no comparable regional arrangement. East region is a globally defined economic region different from the other major regions. While economic and noneconomic restrictions somehow prevent the Asian economic integration. This paper will go details to find out how noneconomic restrictions work on the East Economic Integration. The writer focuses on three factors. Firstly, sovereignty factor, as many of the Asian countries was invaded by Japan or western countries, it is easy for people from these countries to misinterpret the share of sovereignty decision into aggregation. This "sovereignty cost" prevent regional economic integration. Secondly, religion and culture factor, Compare to similar religion in European country and North America, it is really complicate in Asian region. Thirdly, history factor, as for some historical problems, some Asian countries still have conflicts on territory. Three noneconomic restrictions make up the bottle-neck of the Asian economic integration. Although it is difficult to solve all the problems at once, we can still do some efforts on them gradually. To begin with, the Asian nations should build the Asian consciousness, all the Asian countries should recognize that we have common benefits on energy sources, international crime and preventing financial crisis, accordingly it will be easily for Asian nations build much deeper cooperation. Then, Asian nations should set up mutual benefit and mutual trust relationship. At last, we'd better set up mutual and multilayer economic cooperation among the nations.},
	language = {Chinese},
	publisher = {The Executive Agency for Culture Cities, The Ministry of Culture \& Tourism},
	author = {{Yuxiaojie}},
	editor = {Kim, Shin Dong and Shin, Hyun Joon and Yoon, Tae-Jin and Kim, Ye Ran and Hong, Jung-eun},
	month = oct,
	year = {2006},
	pages = {339--345}
}
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