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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.


  • Asia Economic Monitor - July 2002 Reports | 01 Jul 2002

    Asia Economic Monitor - July 2002

    The Asia Economic Monitor (AEM) is a quarterly review of East Asia's growth and recovery, financial and corporate sector reforms, and social developments. It covers the 10 Association of Southeast Asian Nations member countries plus the People's Republic of China and Republic of Korea. The July 2002 Update features a chapter on 'Five Years After the Crisis,' which takes stock of what has been achieved in financial and corporate restructuring in East Asia since the1997 crisis.

  • Asia Economic Monitor - April 2002 Reports | 01 Apr 2002

    Asia Economic Monitor - April 2002

    The Asia Economic Monitor (AEM) is a quarterly review of East Asia's growth and recovery, financial and corporate sector reforms, and social developments. It covers the 10 Association of Southeast Asian Nations member countries plus the People's Republic of China and Republic of Korea. The analysis is supported by high-frequency indicators compiled from the ARIC Indicators section of the Asian Development Bank's Asia Recovery Information Center web site.

  • Asia Economic Monitor - December 2001 Reports | 01 Dec 2001

    Asia Economic Monitor - December 2001

    The Asia Economic Monitor (AEM), which replaces the Asia Recovery Report, is a quarterly review of East Asia's growth and recovery, financial and corporate sector reforms, and social developments. Originally focusing on the five countries most affected by the crisis, coverage has now been expanded to include all 10 Association of Southeast Asian Nations member countries plus the People's Republic of China and Republic of Korea.

  • Asia Recovery Report - September 2001 Reports | 01 Sep 2001

    Asia Recovery Report - September 2001

    The Asia Recovery Report (ARR) is a semiannual review of Asia's growth and recovery from the crisis that began in July 1997. The analysis is supported by high-frequency indicators compiled from the ARIC Indicators section of the Asian Development Bank's Asia Recovery Information Center web site. The September Update of ARR 2001 reviews recent developments in key aspects of East Asia's economies and assesses future prospects for the region.

  • Asia Recovery Report - June 2001 Reports | 01 Jun 2001

    Asia Recovery Report - June 2001

    The June Update of the ARR 2001 reviews recent developments in key aspects of East Asia's growth and recovery and presents an assessment of the future prospects for the region. The main conclusion of the Update is that heightened risks further dampen economic prospects for this year, but a rebound is likely in 2002.

  • Asia Recovery Report - March 2001 Reports | 01 Mar 2001

    Asia Recovery Report - March 2001

    This issue of the ARR focuses on the five countries most affected by the crisis: Indonesia, Republic of Korea, Malaysia, Philippines, and Thailand. The recovery processes in these five countries together with their strengths and weaknesses are discussed. The special theme of this ARR is foreign direct investment inflows in the wake of the crisis.

  • Asia Recovery Report - October 2000 Reports | 01 Oct 2000

    Asia Recovery Report - October 2000

    The Asia Recovery Report (ARR) is a semi-annual review of Asia's recovery from the crisis that began in July 1997. The analysis is supported by high-frequency indicators compiled under the ARIC Indicators section of this web site.

    This issue of the ARR focuses on the five countries most affected by the crisis: Indonesia, Republic of Korea, Malaysia, Philippines, and Thailand. The recovery processes in these five countries together with their strengths and weaknesses are discussed. The theme of this ARR is external risks facing Asia's rebound from the crisis.

  • Asia Recovery Report - May 2000 Reports | 01 May 2000

    Asia Recovery Report - May 2000

    The Asia Recovery Report (ARR) is a semi-annual review of Asia's recovery from the crisis that began in July 1997. The analysis is supported by high-frequency indicators compiled under the ARIC Indicators section of this web site.

  • Asia Recovery Report - March 2000 Reports | 01 Mar 2000

    Asia Recovery Report - March 2000

    The Asia Recovery Report (ARR) is a semi-annual review of Asia's recovery from the crisis that began in July 1997. The analysis is suppor ted by high-frequency indicators compiled under the ARIC Indicators section of this web site.

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