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ASEAN-China economic relations

by ASEAN-China Economic Forum (2006 Singapore)

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Published by Institute of Southeast Asian Studies in Singapore .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [339]-357) and index.

Statementedited by Saw Swee-Hock.
ContributionsSaw, Swee-Hock, 1931-, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 375 p. :
Number of Pages375
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17916532M
ISBN 109812304223, 9812304088
ISBN 109789812304223, 9789812304087
LC Control Number2007305893

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The AIIB and China-ASEAN relations: Shaping a new North-South paradigm. Article (PDF Available) Markus Taube, “ Economic Relations between the PRC and the States of Europe. Relations with China as a Key to the Region's Stability and Prosperity (K Y Gan); Further Enhancing ASEAN-China Relations (K Y Ong); China's Evolving Relations with Southeast Asia: Domestic and Strategic Factors (H Lai); China's Peaceful Rise and Its Implications to ASEAN (Y Wang); Bilateral Relations between China and Myanmar (K O Aung); China's Economic Growth and Its Impact on the .


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