Enhancement and Deepening of the Competitiveness of the Philippine Electronics Industry Under a Bilateral Setting
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Keywordscompetitiveness; electronics; international trade; local support structures; harmonization of standards; mutual recognition of procedures; global production networks (GPNs); free trade agreements (FTAs);
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