ASEAN: Regional Integration and Reforms

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Mari PANGESTU; Lili Yan ING;
  • Subject: ASEAN, integration, global value chains, free trade agreement, reforms
    • jel: jel:F1 | jel:F15 | jel:F14

Over recent decades, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) has advanced a policy of regional integration, starting with the ASEAN Free Trade Area, followed by the ASEAN+1 free trade agreements with its six main trading partners, and now with ASEAN+6. For AS... View more
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