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发布时间:2017-09-10 03:37

Rather than fragmented economies, AEC envisions ASEAN as a single market and production base. As a single market, AEC will allow investors to seek and increase their market reach to the region with a total of 600 million people. As a single production base, AEC will allow businesses to tap product and services complementation in the region, establish a network across ASEAN and participate in the global supply chain.

AEC will also enable the bloc to look beyond its borders as the region presents opportunities for investors to access not only ASEAN markets but also some of the world's largest economies, including ASEAN's top trade partners such as China, Japan, South Korea, India, Australia, New Zealand, the EU and the United States.

In a recent interview with Xinhua, Cambodia's well-respected scholar Pou Sothirak, executive director of the Cambodian Institute for Cooperation and Peace, said AEC has huge potentials as a single economic bloc and when it comes to fruition, it will have an economy worth 2.5 trillion U.S. dollars and will lift the game from the current ASEAN Free Trade Area to the creation of single market and production base.

Located along the path of the China-proposed 21st Century Maritime Silk Road designed to go from China's coast to Europe through the South China Sea and the Indian Ocean in one route and from China's coast through the South China Sea to the South Pacific in the other, ASEAN countries will mainly benefit from the initiative.

Among the ASEAN member states, construction and upgrade of infrastructure such as roads, ports and airports is a must. Improved infrastructure is essential for sustaining economic growth in ASEAN as it enhances logistical efficiency, reduces transaction costs and supports greater flow of trade and investment.

Huge national infrastructure plans for the region have been announced to meet demand of the rapidly growing economy. At least 110 billion U.S. dollars a year will be needed in the region through to 2025 which covers transport, power, ICT, and water and sanitation developments, according to ASEAN Investment Report 2015: Infrastructure Investment and Connectivity.


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