2009 Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Meetings and U. S. Trade Policy in Asia
DIANE Publishing, 2010 - 24 pages
Contents: Introduction; APEC┐s Approach to Trade Liberalization; Results of the 2009 Meetings in Singapore; APEC and U.S. Trade Policy in Asia; APEC Organization and Operation; APEC┐s Role in Regional Integration; APEC┐s Substantive Trade Liberalization Measures; APEC and International Trade; APEC and ┐Human Security┐; Implications for Congress: Previous Congressional Actions on APEC; Pending Legislation; Issues in the 111th Congress: Financial Support; APEC as a Vehicle for Promoting a Free Trade Area of the Asia-Pacific; Progress on the Doha Round; Focus on Human Security Issues; Competition for Regional Influence; Appendix: Annotated Chronology of Past APEC Meetings. Charts and tables.
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