Financial integration in East Asia and Pacific: regional and interregional linkages
Ruth Llovet Montanes and
Sergio Schmukler ()
No 126031, Research and Policy Briefs from The World Bank
During the last two decades, economies in East Asia and Pacific have been integrating internationally through trade and financial investments. One trend is puzzling. Whereas most of the trade integration has been within the region, most of the financial integration has been with countries outside the region. However, a closer examination of investment types shows that therelative lack of regional financial connectivity occurs mostly in equity, bonds, and bank syndicated loans (in so-called arm?s length investments). The region is much more connected through foreign direct investment (FDI) (through both mergers and acquisitions and greenfield investments).
Keywords: International Trade and Trade Rules; Private Sector Development Law; Marketing; Private Sector Economics; Urban Solid Waste Management; Treaties; International Law; Legal Reform; Legal Products; Regulatory Regimes; Social Policy; Judicial System Reform; Legislation; Macroeconomic Management (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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