Apec And The Rise Of China
- Lok Sang Ho(Lingnan University, Hong Kong)John Wong(East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, Singapore)Registered editor(s):
Intra-regional trade has been rising rapidly, especially after China's accession to the WTO in 2001. China's economy is expanding rapidly, and has already passed Japan in 2010 to become the world's second largest economy. It is clearly producing a huge impact on the world economy, and particularly on ASEAN countries. This is the appropriate time to take stock: what has APEC achieved so far? How is China's rapid growth shaping the course of economic integration and cooperation in the region? What is the future of APEC? This book is based on papers presented by scholars with expertise in the Asia Pacific region at a conference on ¡°APEC at 20 and the Rise of China¡± organized by the APEC Centre of Lingnan University on 26¨C27 February 2010, and includes additional invited papers.
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