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ASEAN:

see Association of Southeast Asian NationsAssociation of Southeast Asian Nations
(ASEAN), organization established by the Bangkok Declaration (1967), linking the nations of Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand.
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Established in 1967, ASEAN groups Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.
We know that in 10 short years, the collective GDP for ASEAN is expected to exceed that of the UK and Japan," added Dr.
It s the perfect instrument to promote ASEAN integration.
It was the first time for Myanmar to assume the ASEAN chairmanship since it joined the bloc in 1997.
212), which was the main motivating factor of ASEAN states' interventions, such as Indonesia's intervening in East Timor and ASEAN's intervening in Vietnam's invasion of Cambodia.
ASEAN members disagreed heatedly over China's stance in the South China Sea at their leaders' summit last month in Phnom Penh, chaired by Cambodia, and disagreement among ASEAN foreign ministers in July, also chaired by Cambodia, resulted in the cancellation of a joint ministerial statement for the first time in ASEAN's 45 years as an alliance.
Krishna informed that the ASEAN Committee of Permanent Representatives had a useful visit to India in February 2012.
Japan has been the biggest provider of development assistance and technological know-how to ASEAN for the past four decades.
While acknowledging the challenges of establishing the ASEAN community, the ASEAN leaders agreed to increase the efforts of each individual member state and joint efforts to establish the ASEAN Community by 2015.
Agricultural project cooperation is taking the lead in investment and building factories in ASEAN countries," Gu said.
The ASEAN secretariat has about a hundred staff members.
Tokyo, Japan, Aug 22, 2005 - (JCN Newswire) - JETRO's monthly survey of Japanese companies and affiliates operating in 12 countries/regions of East Asia revealed that overall business sentiment declined in August in the ASEAN and North Asia (including China) regions, on the back of rising crude oil and raw material prices.