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Title: An Australian perspective
Other Titles: India in APEC: views from the Indo-Pacific
Authors: Star, Shaun
Jha, Pankaj
Keywords: APEC-1989
Liberalisation
Economic integration
Issue Date: May-2019
Publisher: Perth USAsia Centre
Citation: Star, S., & Jha, P. (2019). An Australian perspective In "India in APEC: views from the Indo-Pacific" (Report). Australia: Perth USAsia Centre.
Abstract: Much has changed in the Indo-Pacific region since the inception of APEC in 1989. India’s liberalisation process started in the early 1990s, and it has since become not only one of the leading economic powers in the Indo-Pacific but also the world. However, India is still not a member of APEC, despite compelling arguments for its inclusion in the forum. Indeed, many significant APEC members, including China, Japan, Russia and the United States, have all supported India’s interest in joining.1 In addition, Australia has extended bipartisan support for India’s bid to join the forum.
URI: http://perthusasia.edu.au/our-work/india-in-apec-views-from-the-indo-pacific
http://hdl.handle.net/10739/2417
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