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DRN 1991 Vol. IX No. 6: Philippine Economy is Poised to Gain in a Regional Cooperation Scheme

The ASEAN has come of age. It has to set aside its political differences to convene on an agenda for free trade and for the reduction of duties between 0-5%. While Europe and the North America have achieved their goals, people doubt whether ASEAN can deliver. Can ASEAN do it? Can the Philippines shake off its timidity and join the battle? The author shares his thoughts in these issues.

Philippine Institute for Development Studies
Authors Keywords
Naya, Seiji; trade sector; economic openness; economic growth; economic integration; ASEAN; ASEAN Free Trade Area (AFTA);
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