China’s closure to foreign investors has helped make the Association of Southeast Asian Nations an attractive economic bloc
In 1997, leaders of various south-east Asian nations met in
Kuala Lumpur to define a set of mutual goals they thought
achievable by 2020.
The shared vision was to transform ASEAN into a stable,
prosperous and competitive region with equitable economic
development, reduced poverty and socio-economic
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