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The Pacific Trade and Development (PAFTAD) Conference is an academic conference series that originated in 1968. PAFTAD promotes policy-oriented academic research and discussion of Asia Pacific economic issues. In addition to the conferences, held approximately every 18 months, PAFTAD provides high-quality publications on these issues. The book series plays an important role as a source of policy ideas for officials and policymakers on regional trade development issues.

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Asian Economic Integration in an Era of Global Uncertainty

Author(s)Armstrong, Shiro; Westland, Tom
Date PublishedJan-2018
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