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Implications of the Growing Role of Services in Asia


  • Rahul Sen


  • Mukul Asher



This article analyses the importance of international commercial service transactions relating to both trade and investment, which form an essential element of analyzing production fragmentation and economic integration in Asia. Following an aggregative analysis the authors discusses data generation tasks to reflect the importance of cross-border service transactions.

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  • Rahul Sen & Mukul Asher, 2007. "Implications of the Growing Role of Services in Asia," Working Papers id:951, eSocialSciences.
  • Handle: RePEc:ess:wpaper:id:951
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