The Move to Preferential Trade on the Western Pacific Rim: Some Initial Conclusions
Since the turn of the century the Asia-Pacific region has become the most active location for the negotiation of preferential trade agreements (PTAs) - a dramatic change from the period before the financial crises of 1997-98. Substantial variance in scope exists among the more than 80 PTAs currently being implemented, negotiated or which are under study in the region. Those involving the United States are by far the most comprehensive. At the other end of the spectrum are those involving ASEAN...[Show more]
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