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Welcoming Address

Author:

His Majesty Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah

Year:

2003

Source:

15th PECC General Meeting, Brunei Darussalam

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TPF-2003-Washington-Pangestu.pdf

Title:

Responding to Regionalism: Towards a Common ASEAN Vision

Author:

Mari Pangestu

Year:

2003

Source:

PECC Trade Forum with the Institute for International Economics and Inter-American Development Bank, WashingtonDC

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TPF-2002-Lima-Yamazawa2.pdf

Title:

A Case for East Asian Regionalism

Author:

Ippei Yamazawa

Year:

2002 

Source:

PECC Trade Policy Forum, Lima

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TPF-2001-Bangkok-Yamazawa2.pdf

Title:

East Asian Regionalism

Author:

Ippei Yamazawa, Waseda University and Institute of Developing Economies

Year:

2001

Source:

PECC Trade Policy Forum, Bangkok

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