Retour sur la croissance rapide des pays d'Asie du Sud-Est dans les années 80-90 : une analyse statistique des similitudes et des différences entre l'Indonésie, la Malaisie, les Philippines et la Thaïlande
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Keywordscroissance économique; nouveaux pays industriels; performance économique; développement économique; commerce international; Indonésie; Malaisie; Philippines; Thailande;
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