U.S. Interests and Asia-Pacific Cooperation
Peter Petri () and
Michael Plummer ()
Philippine Journal of Development from Philippine Institute for Development Studies
As APEC provides venue for exploiting trade and investment gains in an integrated market, it allows the U.S. to strengthen its ties with the world’s dynamic economies and creates a global policy environment that promotes liberalization. Despite the tremendous benefits, however, the American public knows little about APEC. This paper argues that the United States has a vital stake in APEC. It also outlines the challenges the cooperation will face in the future despite good performance over the past eight years.
Keywords: trade sector; economic openness; economic integration; APEC (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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