This conclusion presents some closing thoughts on key concepts discussed in the preceding chapters of this book. The book discusses the positive aspects of the deepening trade; investment flows in the Asian continent and certain concern areas. It highlights crucial lessons for the researchers and policy makers and contribute to the existing pool of literature. The book encourages the ongoing debate on the effects of the integration of the Asian economies among academicians, researchers and policy makers. For three decades preceding 2010, private and public investments were perceived to be the main drivers of growth in many Asian economies, though the role of reduced financial risk and higher foreign direct investment (FDI) cannot be denied. The Asian continent over the last two decades has witnessed the emergence of several growth poles, in addition to Japan and the traditional newly industrialized economies (NIE), that is, Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan.