Trade liberalization and international production networks: Indonesia's automotive industry
In: Fighting Irrelevance: The Role of Regional Trade Agreements in International Production Networks in Asia
This chapter contains the sectoral case study on the Indonesia's automotive industry. The objective of this chapter is to examine the role of RTAs in the establishment of IPNs in Indonesia’s automotive sector. The first part of this chapter addresses the profile of the local automotive sector, followed by an examination of the policy environment for the sector. The growth, establishment, prospects and the relationship between IPNs and FTAs in the Indonesian automotive sector are considered then followed by the conclusion.
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