Latin America and East Asia, Attempts at Diversification
Jörg Faust, Manfred Mols, Wŏn-ho Kim
KIEP, Korea Institute for International Economic Policy, 2005 - Political Science - 233 pages
Many efforts have been spend on investigating increasing interdependence within the Pacific Rim. However, the dynamic development of relations between Latin America und East Asia in the last two decades have not attracted much academic attention. In order to fill this gap the authors of this volume present one of the first encompassing analysis of political and economic relations between Latin America and East Asia.
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