MDRC

Cooperation in the Northeast Asia

 

POLITICAL, SECURITY, ECONOMIC AND INFRASTRUCTURE FACTORS OF ECONOMIC COOPERATION IN THE NORTHEAST ASIA

CONTENTS

FOREWORD

I. BILATERAL AND MULTILATERAL COOPERATION FACTORS IN NORTHEAST ASIA

1. THE NORTHEAST ASIAN ECONOMIC INTEGRATION PROCESS 6
Seiji F. Naya, Distinguished Visiting Senior Fellow, East-West Center, Honolulu, Hawaii

2. RUSSIAN FACTOR IN THE NORTHEAST ASIA ECONOMIC INTEGRATION PROCESS 14
Prof. S .Lousianin, President of the Oriental Studies Support Foundation, Moscow

3. MONGOL-CHINESE ECONOMIC COOPERATION AS AN IMPORTANT FACTOR IN NEA ECONOMIC REGIONALISM 17
Dr. Tsedendamba Batbayar, Chairman of the Board, Mongolian Development Research Center

4. HOW TO UNDERSTAND CHINESE FOREIGN POLICY AND ROLE IN NORTHEAST ASIA 23
Prof. Wang Yizhou and Li Dongyan, Institute of World Economics and Politics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

5. RUSSIA-MONGOLIAN ECONOMIC AND TRADE RELATIONS IN 1990'S 31
Prof. Yu. V. Kuzimin, Head of the Research and Information Center of the Oriental Culture, World Economy Chair of the Irkutsk State Economy Academy, Irkutsk, Russia
SOME POSSIBLE 'GROWTH TRIANGLES' OF ECONOMIC COOPERATION BETWEEN RUSSIA, CHINA AND MONGOLIA 33
Dr.Lhamsurengiin Nyamtseren, Mongolian Development Research Center

6. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CHINA AND SIBERIA/RUSSIAN FAR EAST: ECONOMIC COOPERATION AND SECURITY CONFLICTS 42
Woo-Jun Kim, PhD, Institute of East and West Studies, Yonsei University, Korea


II. EURASIAN TRANSBORDER CORRIDORS

1. WELCOMING SPEECH 52
V. S. Ostanin, Member of State Duma, Member of Interagency Committee on Transborder Cooperation, Russian Federation

2. TRANSCONTINENTAL CONTAINER BRIDGES 'EAST-WEST' AND 'NORTH-SOUTH' 53
Dr. V.LBalakin, Director of the International Department of the Ministry of Railroad Communication, Russia

3. CONTAINER FREGHT TO CHINA AND MONGOLIA THROUGH TRANSSIB:CURRENT SITUATION AND DEVELOPMENT PERSPECTIVES 55
Mr. Lukov, B.E., Deputy Secretary General of International Coordinating Council on Transsiberian freight

4. CURRENT SITUATION AND PERSPECTIVES OF ROAD NETWORK DEVELOPMENT BETWEEN EASTERN REGION OF RUSSIA, MONGOLIA AND CHINA 59
Kosyakov A.Y

5. TOURISM INDUSTRY AND TRANSPORT CORRIDORS 64
Vladimir Berejnyikh, Deputy Head of Tourism, Administration of Irkutsk oblast,Russia

6. PERSPERTIVE OF COMMUNICATION CORRIDIRS FORMING ON TRANSBOUNDARY OF IRKUTSK OBLAST AND THEIR SIGNIFICANCE FOR TRANSPORT COMPLEX 65
V. P. Gukov, N.V. Smirnov, Representative of the 'Siberian Accord' Association and Irkutsk Oblast Administration

7. EUROASIAN TRANSBORDER CORRIDORS: KOREAN PERSPECTIVE 70
Woo-Jun Kim, Ph. D, Research Professor Institute of East & West Studies, Yonsei University, ROK

III. ENERGY ISSUES IN NORTHEAST ASIA

1. ENERGY DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION IN NORTHEAST ASIA: A KOREAN VIEW. 72
Dr. Kwan-Kyoo CHOE, Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute

2. ENERGY COOPERATION IN NORTH EAST ASIA: WAYS, PROBLEMS AND EFFECTS 80
B. Saneev, L. Platonov, Energy System Institute of SB RAS, Irkutsk, Russia

IV. MONGOLIA AFTER THE TRANSITION TO MARKET ECONOMY

1. ON THE CIRCULATION OF THE MACRO ECONOMY IN MONGOLIA 82
Sumio KURIBAYASHI, Professor,Development Economics, Tokyo International University,Japan

2. CURRENT SITUATION OF MONGOLIAN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND MID-TERM STRATEGY. 98
L.Enkhtaivan, Vice-Minister, Ministry of Finance and Economy, Government of Mongolia

3. AFTER THE TRANSION TO MARKET ECONOMY: AN ANALYSIS OF REGIONAL ECONOMIC DISPARITY OF MONGOL IA IN THE 1990'S 101
Prof. Takashi Shirasu, Tokyo International University and Sasakawa Peace Foundation

4. GLOBALIZATION AND MONGOLIA'S FOREIGN POLICY. 108
Doctor D. Lundeejantsan, Chairman of Security and Foreign Policy Standing Committee of Ikh Khural /Parliament/, Mongolia.

5. ECONOMY OF MONGOLIA, ECONOMIC COOPERATION IN NORTHE AST ASIA 115
D. Baajiikhuu, Ph.D, Independent Researcher

6. PRESENT SITUATION AND FUTURE TRENDS OF FOREIGN INVESTMENT IN MONGOLIA 127
Mr. B. Ganzorig, Chairman of Foreign Investment and Foreign Trade Agency of Mongolia

7. SOME ISSUES PERTAINING TO INVESTMENT IN THE MINING SECTOR FUTURE PERSPECTIVES 131
D. Jargalsaikhan, Director of the Mineral Resources Agency

8. FINANCIAL GLOBALIZATION AND MONGOLIA 141
Ts. Baatar, Senior Researcher of the Institute International Studies, Mongolian Academy of Sciences

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