Asian Economic Integration Reports
The Asian Economic Integration Report reviews the progress of Asian governments’ efforts to integrate their economies and improve cooperation on a variety of levels. The Asian Economic Integration Report is produced annually, and continues the work of the Asian Economic Integration Monitor starting 2015.
Asian Economic Integration Report 2022: Advancing Digital Services Trade in Asia and the Pacific
This report explores how Asia and the Pacific can capitalize on growing opportunities in digital services through structural reforms and international cooperation.
Asian Economic Integration Report 2021: Making Digital Platforms Work for Asia and the Pacific
This publication examines the initial impact on trade, investment, finance, and people’s mobility as the coronavirus disease pandemic struck Asia and the Pacific.
Asian Economic Integration Report 2019/2020: Demographic Change, Productivity, and the Role of Technology
This report reviews economic cooperation and integration in Asia and the Pacific and looks at how technology could boost productivity in aging economies.
Asian Economic Integration Report 2018
This report documents Asia’s progress in regional cooperation and integration.
Asian Economic Integration Report 2017
Asia and the Pacific is leading a recovery in world trade amid the continued uncertainty surrounding the global trade policy environment.
Asian Economic Integration Report 2016
With the continued anemic global economic recovery, trade growth in Asia and the Pacific decelerated in 2015, falling further behind growth in gross domestic product.
Asian Economic Integration Report 2015
Economic zones have played a key role in economic development in many Asian economies and can be catalysts for economic development, provided the right business environment and policies are put in place.
Asian Economic Integration Monitor – November 2014
Slowing demand from advanced economies accentuates the need for Asia to rebalance its sources of growth more toward domestic and regional demand. Cross-border trade flows and investment bolstered Asia’s economic integration.
Asian Economic Integration Monitor - April 2014
Developing Asia will have a marginal growth over the next 2 years. It also highlights that Asia over the past 20 years has borne almost half the estimated global economic cost of natural disasters, around $53 billion annually.
Asian Economic Integration Monitor - October 2013
Developing Asia’s growth will likely slow slightly this year before picking up next year. While there is mixed progress in regional cooperation in Asia, most subregions show growing intra-Asian links in trade, finance, and tourism.