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Debate#1 - Wang Weitao Materials for Southeast Asia Human...

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Wang Weitao Materials for Southeast Asia Human Development of Southeast Asia A region’s or country’s human development relates to the local national life quality achievement, and life quality contains three principal dimensions: life expectancy, literacy rates, and school enrollments, and GDP. Life Expectancy Per Capita GDP Literacy Rate Indonesia 70.67 Years $4,458 87.9% Malaysia 73.29 Years $11,201 88.7% Philippines 71.09 Years $4,923 92.6% Singapore 81.98 Years $28,100 92.5% Thailand 73.1 Years $8,319 92.6% Vietnam 71.58 Years $3,025 90.3% Regional Integration and the Human Development in Southeast Asia During the 1990s global economic integration among many of the countries in Southeast Asia accelerated. At the same time, Southeast Asian countries embarked on a path towards greater regional economic integration. Some aspects of the latter may deal directly with mitigating the adverse impacts of globalization and thus respond to the challenge posed in the 1999 Human Development Report: “The challenge is to find the rules and institutions for stronger
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