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Trade and Economic Arrangements Between India and South Asia in the Context of Regional Construction and Globalisation


  • Laurence Henry



The different arrangements and groupings involved between India and South- East Asia are presented. The multi-faceted relations between them is asked in institutional terms, but also in normative terms of complementarities, competition and dialogue. [CSH Occassional paper No. 19].

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  • Laurence Henry, 2007. "Trade and Economic Arrangements Between India and South Asia in the Context of Regional Construction and Globalisation," Working Papers id:1055, eSocialSciences.
  • Handle: RePEc:ess:wpaper:id:1055
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    south asia; east; india; west; trade; economic arrangements;


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