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Looking Toward the “New Era†Features and Background of the Japan-Thailand Economic Partnership Agreement

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  • Aoki-Okabe, Maki
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    This paper examines Thai-Japanese relations through analysis of EPA. There are two questions. The first involves the features of JTEPA as an EPA. By scrutinizing the features of the EPA, we would like to approach the institutional framework of the “new era†which will be brought about by JTEPA. The second question is how did the governments of Thailand and Japan come to conclude JTEPA? By reviewing the focal points of the negotiations, we will describe the background of the formation and aims of JTEPA. Finally, we conclude that JTEPA is a culmination of the existing Thai-Japanese relations, and was built based upon the existing divergence of economic institutions. At the same time it upgrades the bilateral partnership to a framework for multilateral cooperation by considering assistance toward Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar and Vietnam. The author would like to emphasize that JTEPA was designed based on the idea of a further integration of CLMV and Thailand, an original member of ASEAN.

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    Paper provided by Institute of Developing Economies, Japan External Trade Organization(JETRO) in its series IDE Discussion Papers with number 132.

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    Publication status: Published in IDE Discussion Paper. No. 132. 2008.2
    Handle: RePEc:jet:dpaper:dpaper132

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    Keywords: FTA (Free Trade Agreement); EPA (Economic Partnership Agreement); Regional integration; Japan; ASEAN; Thailand; International economic relations; International agreements; International cooperation;

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