Intensity of trade between Pacific Basin countries
There has been considerable discussion in recent years of proposals aimed at more closely integrating the market economies of the Pacific Basin through, among other things, regional trade liberalisation. This discussion has been premised on three related facts: that the major trading partners of each Pacific Basin country are other countries in the region: that it is easier politically for a country to liberalise its trade policies if its major trading partners do likewise: and that the...[Show more]
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