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By Maria Weber

ISBN-10: 1349417483

ISBN-13: 9781349417483

Providing a complete wisdom of the Asian difficulty from an monetary, political, and social standpoint, this publication is split in components. the 1st contains quarter experiences of the most Asian nations throughout the difficulty, starting with China, Japan, and Southeast Asia, via South Asia and valuable Asia. the second one half makes a speciality of foreign variables, together with environmental, political, and nearby issues.

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4 billion by the end of 1992 up to 1997 (China Perspectives, May–June 1998). Japanese sources have estimated US$ 15 billion for the same period and more recently, 26 Area Studies the American and Taiwanese press have mentioned a figure of over US$ 20 billion invested by 25 000 firms. The economic integration between Taiwan and China is so deep that it makes the hypothesis of an armed conflict very unrealistic and certainly rather ‘inconvenient’. The recent trip to China by Koo Chen-fu, the Taiwan’s chief negotiator with Beijing, which reopened the path to a diplomatic solution, should be interpreted in the light of the above.

Is this the path that Japan and South Korea will follow? The chapter seeks to highlight some of the issues raised by the crisis and the future prospects of both economies, focusing particularly on Japan as the main economy and market of the region, but also the socio-economic model that has inspired many of the reforms and the policies of Asian countries. 1 Japan’s economic and financial crisis: the future of the Japanese model and its role in the Asian region Today Japan is in the midst of the most severe and protracted economic crisis of the post-war period.

The gradualness of the process taking place is worrying because the absence of an institutional mouthpiece for local interests transform them automatically into obstacles to the efficient functioning of the institutional apparatus and in some areas have generated dangerous secessionist tendencies. The times of the three-speed China are over. Today the task of the Chinese government is to keep united and co-ordinate the many different Chinas, whose coexistence is becoming more and more complex. And there is every reason to believe that the CCP will only be able to continue ruling the country as long as it can rise to this challenge of complexity and pluralism.

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