Regional Cooperation towards Multilateral Arrangements on Agriculture, Labour, and Environment in the Context of Globalisation: The Case of Indonesia
This study looks at Indonesia's commitments to multilateral trade agreements, and assesses policies adopted by the government to meet the criteria set by those agreements. Particularly, three sectors are of interest here: agriculture, labour and environment. One crucial question is whether government and private sectors have successfully cooperated to prepare for further liberalisation.
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