Trade in value added in the West Pacific: An input-output analysis

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Nakamura, Yoichi;
(2015)

The evolution of trade between the four regions in the West Pacific in both gross and value added terms is analyzed using international input-output tables. It is found that value added exports of computers and electronic equipment of the Asian economies are very limite... View more
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