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23 May 2016
Public information and advocacy materials

The United Nations recognizes that productivity capacity-building is key for self-sustained growth and graduation of least developed countries (LDCs) in Asia and the Pacific. To achieve this objective, substantial financing must be mobilized to invest in infrastructure, social development and climate change challenges.

 
16 May 2016
Public information and advocacy materials

Session 9 Global Value Chains and Preferential Trade Agreements, by Thomas Bernhardt

 
16 May 2016
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Session 8 Mega-regionals in Asia, by Mia Mikic

 
16 May 2016
Public information and advocacy materials

Session 7 Myanmar in Regional and Subregional Initiatives, by Prabir De

 
16 May 2016
Public information and advocacy materials

Session 6 Features of RTAs in Asia and the Pacific, by Mia Mikic

 
16 May 2016
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Session 5 WTO and Regional Integration, by Mia Mikic

 
16 May 2016
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Session 4 Principles and Modalities of Regional Integration, by Ajitava Raychaudhuri

 
16 May 2016
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Session 3 Regional Economic Integration: a Perspective Offering for Myanmar, by Sjamsu Rahardja

 
16 May 2016
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Session 2 Regional Integration, by Ajitava Raychaudhuri

 
16 May 2016
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Session 1 Trade Theory and Regional Integration, by Mia Mikic

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