Global Futures in East Asia
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Global Futures in East Asia

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Growth is seen moderating in Malaysia to still-strong 5.East Asia would also see the economic rise of South Korea and Taiwan, and the integration of Mainland China into the global economy through its entry in the World Trade Organization while enhancing its emerging international status as a potential world power.

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