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Tomohiko Kobayashi

Round) negotiations, the need for further economic integration is increasing. In the context of economic integration in East Asia, a number of legal frameworks are proposed for political as well as academic debates, such as fta s among China, Japan and Korea, and the Regional Comprehensive Economic

Dajin Peng

informal actors are also increasingly important. The ethnic Chinese business network (ECBN) is an outstanding example of such development. This paper examines the Chinese network from a broad perspective of the Asian integration. It argues that ECBN is a major mode of economic integration in East Asia. It

example of such development. This paper examines the Chinese network from a broad perspective of the Asian integration. It argues that ECBN is a major mode of economic integration in East Asia. It is built upon ethnic ties and it establishes strong business connections across national boundaries. As a

Mireya Solís

encompass not only South-East Asia (the ten ASEAN nations) and North-East Asia (China, Japan and South Korea), but also India, Australia and New Zealand. The latest elaboration on Japan’s vision for economic integration in East Asia came in the guise of a proposal for an East Asian Community (EAC) by soon

Joel DAVIDOW and Joseph WHITLOCK

, Prospects for Closer Economic Integration in East Asia, 1 Stanford J. East Asian Affairs, January 2001, p. 106, at pp. 107-109: discussing failed regional initiatives, such as the East Asian Economic Group, and more recent proposals, such as AFTA and ASEAN+3. 18 For an introduction to customs