Chinese tourists at the Maha Bandula park in Yangon. Asian economies are becoming increasingly interconnected, in terms of trade and travel. Photo: EPA-EFE
Andrew Sheng
Opinion

Opinion

Andrew Sheng

The future of Asia will be dominated by regionalism, growth – and climate change

  • As Asia urbanises and industrialises, there is a pronounced trend in regionalism – with trade and tourists staying within the area. But, in a multipolar world, any one country is unlikely to dominate

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Chinese tourists at the Maha Bandula park in Yangon. Asian economies are becoming increasingly interconnected, in terms of trade and travel. Photo: EPA-EFE
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