Australia and the Northeast Asian Ascendancy: Report to the Prime Minister and the Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade
Australian Government Publishing Service, 1989 - Asia - 339 pages
Analyses the process of economic change in Northeast Asia and assesses its implications for Australia. Recommendations are included for policy and other responses which would increase the economic, political and wider benefits to Australia.
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Introduction and Summary of Conclusions
Financial Flows and Direct Investment
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advantage agricultural areas Asian associated Australian bilateral capacity capital cent century Chapter China Chinese close coal competitive consumption continue costs countries courses decades decline demand direct investment discussions domestic early economic growth effects efforts enterprises especially established expansion exports force foreign growing higher Hong Kong important incomes increased industry institutions interest investment issues Japan Japanese language less levels liberalisation maintain major manufacturing markets materials military million North Northeast Asia official opportunities Pacific period political position possible pressure production professional protection rapid growth rapidly recent reform region relations relationship relative Republic of Korea response rise role sector share skills standards steel strong structural substantial success Table Taiwan tourism trade United Western wool
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