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The impact of Taiwan’s TPP accession on the United States

In: The Trans-Pacific Partnership and the Path to Free Trade in the Asia-Pacific


  • Dan Ciuriak
  • Jingliang Xiao


The authors focus on the impact of Taiwan’s TPP accession on the US economy. They examine the issue of accession strategies of prospective members, using the challenges that Taiwan will face as a test case.

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  • Dan Ciuriak & Jingliang Xiao, 2016. "The impact of Taiwan’s TPP accession on the United States," Chapters, in: Peter C.Y. Chow (ed.),The Trans-Pacific Partnership and the Path to Free Trade in the Asia-Pacific, chapter 6, pages 161-176, Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Handle: RePEc:elg:eechap:16671_6

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