Australia and North-East Asia in the 1990s: Accelerating Change
Australian Government Pub. Service, 1992 - Political Science - 306 pages
CONTENTS : Excecutive summary. Australia and the North East Asian ascendancy by Garnaut. North east Asia in the 1990s : regional overview. Australia's economic relations with north east Asia. Australia's further interaction with the region : some issues for 1990s. Appendices : End of the cold war: strategic trends and outlook. Liberalisation and repression - divergent trends in political change. Structural change and likely trends. Foreign trade. Financial flows and direct investment. North east Asia in the post Uruguay round world. Japan - more modest growth. From north east Asian newly industrialising economics to newly manufacuring economics. North east Asian centrally planned economics - pressures for economic reform. Politics. Foreign economic relations.
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