Preferential trade policies and agreements
In: Asia-Pacific Trade and Investment Report 2012: Recent Trends and Developments
AbstractThis chapter presents a set of stylized facts and PTAs features which are shared across the region’s economies. Agreements are routinely classified with respect to the level of development of partners, their number and regional proximity and contiguity. The other features of the agreements that are of interest for analysts and decision-makers are linked to their liberalization content and range of areas covered.
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Trend; Development; Asia; Pacific; preferential trade agreements; PTAs; economic crisis; multilateraal trading negotiation; trade agreement;
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