|Title:||Asia & Pacific Review 2003/04: The Economic and Business Report (World of Information Regional Review: Asia & Pacific)|
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|Category:||Business and Finance|
|Publisher:||Kogan Page; 21st edition (August 1, 2003)|
The main body of the book provides comprehensive economic and business reports for each country and includes: Political and economic surveys identifying the trends, developments, problems and solutions.
Articles focus on reflecting the world political and economic impact of the development of the Asia-Pacific region, the Asia-Pacific countries or areas of economic development and economic issues, cooperation and trends, and our strategic choice and countermeasures to be taken. Publication is the core journals of the world economy, Chinese humanities journal citation data sources, the Chinese Academic Journal Comprehensive Evaluation of the data source journals, Chinese Social Science Citation Index source journals. Articles focus on reflecting the world political and economic impact of the development of the Asia-Pacific region, the Asia-Pacific countries or areas of economic development and economic issues, cooperation and trends, and our strategic choice and countermeasures to be taken. Translated by machine.
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Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation history. Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation encyclopedia.
Covering the whole of Asia and the Pacific region, this text provides both an analytic overview and specific data for each of the 60 countries.
his report was prepared by a team drawn from the Poverty Reduction and Economic Management, Human Development, and Finance and Private Sector Development departments of the World Bank’s East Asia Pacic Regional Ofce. The team was led by Truman Pack-ard and Trang Van Nguyen and comprised Melissa Adelman, Thomas Bowen, Ximena del Carpio, Jennifer Golan, Tobias Haque, Alexander Krauss, and Ahmed Rostom. Since 1997 he has been a part of World Bank teams providing nancial and analytical assistance to governments seek-ing to improve the coverage and efciency of education, health, and social protection sys-tems in Latin America and the Caribbean, in East Asia, and from 2006 to 2011 in Central and Eastern Europe.
Regional economic integration efforts in the Asia Pacific Region. Notably, around 50 free trade agreements and regional trade agreements, or FTAs and RTAs, currently exist between APEC’s 21 member economies. An FTA between Korea and the US went into effect just last month, for example. APEC and the World Bank also signed a memorandum of understanding last year agreeing to jointly carry out capacity building projects across the region to promote food safety and supplies. This year, APEC is also supporting sustainable development of the agricultural sector. Significantly, 4,000 business and opinion leaders surveyed by the Pacific Economic Cooperation Council regard regulatory hurdles as one of their biggest challenges to doing business in the Asia-Pacific.
Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation is an inter-governmental forum for 21 Pacific Rim member economies that promotes free trade throughout the Asia-Pacific region. Inspired from the success of Association of Southeast Asian Nations ’s series of post-ministerial conferences launched in the mid-1980s, the APEC was established in 1989 in response to the growing interdependence of Asia-Pacific economies and the advent of regional trade blocs in other parts of the world; and to establish new markets for agricultural products and raw materials beyond Europe
English: The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) is a group of Pacific Rim countries who meet with the purpose of improving economic and political ties. 국어: 아시아 태평양 경제협력체(APEC)는 환태평양 국가들이 정치,경제적 결속을 다지는 국제 기구이다. Main category: APEC Australia 2007.
Regional Snapshot ofGovernment Bond Markets,South Asia & Asia Pacific. Colombo, Sri Lanka, June 8-11, 2004. Demet Cabbar, Thordur Jonasson. To provide snapshot of government securities markets in the region. Source: The World Bank, Global Economic Prospects 2004. Government Debt as a % of GDP – South Asia. Source: SBP Annual Report 2002-2003, MOF Statistics India 2003, Nepal Rastra Bank 2001-2002, Annual Report Bank of Bangladesh, CBSL Estimates August 2002. Total Government Debt (US bn) - South Asia and EAP. Source: survey responses for EAP and SBP Annual Report 2002-2003, MOF Statistics India 2003, Nepal Rastra Bank 2001-2002, Annual Report Bank of Bangladesh, CBSL Estimates August 2002. Note: Indonesia and Thailand uses June 2002 data.