Regional Cooperation for Asian Energy Security
AbstractThis paper attempts to convey three key messages : First, we believe interdependence in energy among Asian countries is vital for the economic development of key Asian countries. Second, there are several key impediments to increasing Asian interdependence; we believe addressing these impediments is critical. Finally, we suggest some ideas on opportunities for Asian nations to find a common ground on energy security, stability and sustainability.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by East Asian Bureau of Economic Research in its series Energy Working Papers with number 22128.
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