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Le processus de régionalisation au sein de l'ASEAN : les enjeux pour les nouveaux membres - Le cas du Vietnam


  • Virginie Briand
  • Claire Mainguy


In 1992, the ASEAN members states decided upon the creation of a free trade area named AFTA and, at the same time, started to integrate the ten South East Asian countries, a process which continued all through the nineties. This article outlines the main characteristics and phases of the present South East Asian regionalization process. A detailed look at the example of Vietnam reveals the more specific problems these new members states experience, and what they expect from tighter economic relations with their neighbours.

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  • Virginie Briand & Claire Mainguy, 2001. "Le processus de régionalisation au sein de l'ASEAN : les enjeux pour les nouveaux membres - Le cas du Vietnam," Mondes en développement, De Boeck Université, vol. 0(3), pages 135-150.
  • Handle: RePEc:cai:meddbu:med_115_0135

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