Merits of regional integration

Elucidate the merits of regional integration?




Most economic specialists cite that regional integration gives disadvantaged countries to realize economies of scale, vie on a broader (or often global) platform and increase entire economic efficiency. Alassane D. Ouattara the Deputy Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund positions thatregional integration 'facilitates participating countries to pool their resources and avail themselves of regional institutional as well as human resources, in order to reach a level of administrative and technical capability that wouldn’t be probable on an individual basis'.

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