Is single East Asian currency possible? Not now

According to this article from the Shanghai Daily, published Tuesday 10 April, it is not a realistic approach for East Asian countries to explore the possibility of a single currency.

"Even in Europe, which has more coherent economies, societies, cultures and regions, it took more than 40 years to achieve this goal, which is still incomplete (the UK and some other members are outside the Euro Zone)," it says.

"My vision starts from studying the example of the European Monetary arrangement

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