Pacific Island Countries; In Search of a Trade Strategy
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KeywordsFiji; Asia; Agriculture; Econometric models; Palau; Pacific Island Countries; Patterns of trade; Papua New Guinea; Samoa; Solomon Islands; International trade; Marshall Islands; Micronesia; Federated States of; Inclusive growth; Tonga; Tourism; Trade; Trade integration; Vanuatu; tourist; tourist arrivals; tourists; tourism industry; destination country; Globalization: General;
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- NEP-INT-2014-12-19 (International Trade)
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