APEC adrift: implications for economic regionalism in Asia and the Pacific
APEC's lack of success in securing tangible benefits in its first decade has particularly disappointed its 'Western' members. Its failures stem primarily from three weaknesses: a lack of consensus over its objectives and how these might best be realized;
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