• karen
    August 26, 2020 at 9:55 am #844

    I think, first, everyone has a different definition of this word. For example, when I saw this question, I thought of economic integration. Regional economic integration has gone through nearly half a century, its forms are diverse, its content is richer, and the regions involved have spread all over the world, but as now, countries in the world have no concept of economic integration and regional economic integration. Unified view. Scholars regard the phenomenon of economic integration as a goal, as a means, as a process, or as a development strategy, and expound and discuss it from different angles. Economic integration is both a process and a state. As far as the process is concerned, it includes various measures aimed at eliminating the differences between economic units in various countries; as far as the state is concerned, it is manifested in the disappearance of various forms of differences between countries. Therefore, we can only start the process of integration, once everyone all agrees upon a single set of definitions.

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