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As ASEAN moves forward to a more integrated and cohesive economy, there is a need to also prioritize political and security issues in the agenda of each member country, experts and officials said in a seminar held by The Jakarta Post. Various stakeholders dug deep into the challenges faced by Southeast Asian countries as the region enters the ASEAN Economic Community in a seminar titled "Global Challenges and Regional Solutions: Engaging Stakeholders".
Together with the Pacific Economic Cooperation Council, The Jakarta Post convened together stakeholders including business leaders, opinion formers and chief editors of the region's leading media outlets to consider challenges in the single trading area and the role that needs to be played by the stakeholders upon whom these developments will ultimately impact.