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AEC 2015: Taiwan Industry ResponseKristy Hsu
ASEAN has played a key role in driving the economic integration within the region and with external trading partners surrounding the region. The AEC 2015 Vision is not yet fully fulfilled, but ASEAN has managed to make significant achievements, particularly the elimination of tariffs and other forms of non-tariff barriers among ASEAN Member States and with its FTA Partner countries.


ASEAN, AEC AND EMERGING ISSUES IN INVESTMENT: What Role for Malaysia?Zakariah Abdul Rashid
ASEAN as a region is poised to grow in the next century.  The concept of an ASEAN Economic Community will strengthen the region and will help to integrate the region economically.  Further, the on-going negotiations on RCEP will lead to a regional entity that is strongly integrated with some of the economic giants of the world.  In particular, it would lead to closer trade and investment ties with East Asia, that is, China, Japan and Korea, as well as with India (an emerging giant), not to mention Australia and New Zealand.



ASEAN Comprehensive Investment Agreement (ACIA) was signed by ASEAN Member States (AMS) on 26 February 2009, to be effective 29 March 2012. The main objective of ACIA was to enhance ASEAN’s attractiveness as an investment destination, to create ASEAN free, open and integrated investment area. This, in turn, helps speed up the establishment of ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) and ASEAN Community by 2015. This paper first reviews the evolution of ASEAN investment framework, from ASEAN Investment Guarantee Agreement (IGA 1987) to Framework Agreement on ASEAN Investment Area (AIA 1998) to ACIA 2009. The author then focuses on the enhanced provisions of ACIA, in particular those regarding investment protection and dispute settlement. The purpose is to provide readers, especially potential investors, with the explanation in some depth of these important issues.




Triangularity in India-China-Japan Relations: An Indian Perspective/
Prashant Kumar Singh
The India-Japan perceived strategic hedging against China has been a notable strategic development of the 21st century. The vigour of the liberal values-based India-Japan special strategic partnership appears to have gained salience over India-China strategic and cooperative partnership for peace and prosperity rooted in the Panchsheel. While the Panchsheel is struggling to sustain stability in India-China relations, the India-Japan arc of freedom and prosperity has achieved compatible strategic levels with implications for Asia-Pacific. 


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