The internal market also includes the ASEAN-SAM internal aviation market, the region`s aviation policy, which aims to develop a single aviation market in Southeast Asia. It was proposed by the ASEAN Air Transport Working Group, which was supported by the ASEAN senior officials` meeting and endorsed by ASEAN transport ministers.  Air traffic between Member States should be liberalised so that ASEAN airlines can directly benefit from the growth of air transport, as well as tourism, trade, investment and service flows.   Since 1 December 2008, restrictions on the third and fourth freedoms of air transport between Member States` capitals for passenger transport have been lifted, while full liberalisation of air cargo in the region has taken effect from 1 January 2009.   On 1 January 2011, the total liberalisation of the fifth freedom of movement between all capitals came into force.  This policy replaces existing bilateral and multilateral air services agreements between Member States that are incompatible with their provisions. The group aimed for economic integration by creating the AEC by the end of 2015, which created a single market.  The average economic growth of the Member States was between 3.8% and 7% between 1989 and 2009. This was larger than APEC`s average growth of 2.8%.
 The ASEAN Free Trade Area (AFTA), established on 28 January 1992, provides for an effective common preferential duty rate (CEPT) to promote the free movement of goods between Member States.  ASEAN had only six members when it was signed. The new Member States (Vietnam, Laos, Myanmar and Cambodia) have not fully complied with THE AFTA commitments, but they are officially considered part of the agreement because they had to sign it after accession to ASEAN and have been given longer delays in complying with AFTA`s tariff reduction obligations.  The next steps are the creation of a single market and a production base, a competitive economic region, a region of equitable economic development and a region fully integrated into the global economy. Since 2007, ASEAN countries have gradually reduced their import tariffs on Member States, with the aim of not imposing import duties by 2016.  Step 10 If there is a problem during the exchange period, the student can contact the IRC of the sending or receiving institution. It is recommended that the IRC of the original institution examine the student at least once during the exchange period. L for studies: changes to the mobility programme proposed as part of the mobility registers: Table A2 contains courses/modules removed or added.
Table B2 records changes for recognition by the issuing institution. L for internships: changes to the mobility programme proposed as part of the mobility registers: Table A2 contains exceptional changes to the internship agreement. According to the AEC Scorecard (2015), ASEAN countries are transforming ASEAN into a true economic community by the end of 2015. Originally, as a political alliance to limit the spread of communism in Southeast Asia, ASEAN gradually became a diplomatic organization to settle regional affairs and expand trade with the integration of Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos and its openness to the market economy. After the ASEAN countries found themselves on a minimalist “lower common denominator,” emphasizing harmonious relations and respect for national sovereignty, trade nevertheless largely depreciated through fairly ambitious economic agreements and free trade agreements for Southeast Asia.