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The impact of the US economy on the Asia-Pacific region: does it matter?

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  • Hsiao, Frank S. T.
  • Hsiao, Mei-chu W.
  • Yamashita, Akio

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  • Hsiao, Frank S. T. & Hsiao, Mei-chu W. & Yamashita, Akio, 2003. "The impact of the US economy on the Asia-Pacific region: does it matter?," Journal of Asian Economics, Elsevier, vol. 14(2), pages 219-241, April.
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