The EEC Beyond 1992 and the Implications on the SEACEN Countries
This study analyses the implications of the single EEC market's trade-diverting and trade- creating affects on the SEACEN economies beyond 1992. A review of the plans of the Euro- pean Community in the integration of their respective national markets into a single market is also presented in terms of bringing down physical, technical and fiscal frontiers. Lastly, it examines the strategies that could be taken by the SEACEN countries in response to this important development.
|This book is provided by South East Asian Central Banks (SEACEN) Research and Training Centre in its series Research Studies with number rp22 and published in 1993.|
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