After the initial shock comes denial, goes the old saying. Then comes acceptance. As East Asia continues to sift through the wreckage of one of the greatest financial collapses since the Great Depression, there finally are signs that the foundations of a new Asian economy are starting to rise. China's decision to lower trade barriers in order to enter the World Trade Organization and revitalize its economy is part of a liberalization trend sweeping the region.
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