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November 24, 2000 | Reuters
China vowed to nurture healthy competition with Southeast Asian neighbors and said its impending admission to the World Trade Organization will reap dividends for the entire region. Southeast Asia is nervous that China, its economy already growing briskly, will become an even fiercer competitor once it joins the WTO, which is likely to happen in the next few months. "There will be definitely competition.
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November 24, 2000 | Reuters
China vowed to nurture healthy competition with Southeast Asian neighbors and said its impending admission to the World Trade Organization will reap dividends for the entire region. Southeast Asia is nervous that China, its economy already growing briskly, will become an even fiercer competitor once it joins the WTO, which is likely to happen in the next few months. "There will be definitely competition.
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June 17, 2006 | Tyler Marshall, TYLER MARSHALL, a former Times foreign correspondent, visited Asia in May on a grant from the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting.
THE MAPS SPREAD ACROSS the desk of senior Thai trade official Pisanu Rienmahasarn show an important piece of Southeast Asia's future: a highway that, when it opens next year, will run more than 1,000 miles from Kunming in southwestern China, through Laos, to the ports of southern Thailand and beyond. The road is part of a network that will bind China closer to Southeast Asia, reviving an age-old trade route and building a sense of common regional destiny.
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