The role of Sustainable Regional Economic Integration in SDGs 2030

Qaiser Abbas, Imran Hanif , Mohamed Elheddad

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The term "integration" is used to describe the phenomenon of joining nations into a larger economic region, whereas "economic integration" describes the methods of achieving the most preferable idea behind the proposed economy by eliminating obstacles to its smooth functioning and consciously presenting all economically valuable characteristics of synchronization or reformation. Eliminating inequality in one's own territory is a rare example of communal effort at the multilateral level. Therefore, globalization and capital inflows, the travel industry, statutory bodies, money transfer flows, human capital & financial capital, mobility of human resources, peacebuilding, geographical managerial, and financial channels are all markers of economic integration. The parties' economic interconnectedness is strengthened by economic integration coupled with a strong regulatory framework architecture as a base for cooperation. However, there are a number of chances for environmental cooperation that might benefit systemic and knowledge management for environment protection, which could help advance the economic integration goal.
Original languageEnglish
JournalFrontiers in Environmental Science
Publication statusPublished - 2022


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