Resources

1 Nov 2007
Public information and advocacy materials

The paper starts with a general description of APTA: its background and development. Chapter III investigates the effectiveness of the Third Round of APTA since its implementation on September 1, 2006. Looking at the coverage, utilization and utility rates for Korea and China over 10 months (September 1 2007 to June 30, 2007) and comparing the results to a period of 10 months prior to effectuation, we analyze the improvement of the new round and its prospects in the future. Chapter IV analyzes the data exchange program between Korea and China.

3 Nov 2008
Public information and advocacy materials

This study analyses country-specific benefits of APTA membership for Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan. After a review of the Asia-Pacific Trade Agreement (APTA) and of the three countries’ economic structure and trade policies, the analytical starting point is a detailed assessment of the three countries’ disaggregated bilateral trade with the APTA members

2 Mar 2009
Public information and advocacy materials

The main purposes of this study are to analyze the economic benefits for Indonesia, Mongolia, and the Philippines if they decide to join the APTA.

2 Feb 2009
Public information and advocacy materials

The main purposes of this study are to analyze the country-specific benefits for Malaysia, Vietnam, and Thailand if they decide to join the agreement, including future policy implications.

1 Jul 2009
Public information and advocacy materials

This paper examines the likely long-term benefits for Papua New Guinea upon joining APTA as a member.

1 Jul 2009
Public information and advocacy materials

This paper examines the likely benefits for Cambodia upon joining APTA as a member.

 
30 Dec 2013
Public information and advocacy materials

Road from Bangkok Agreement to Asia-Pacific Trade Agreement (APTA).

1 Jan 2014
Public information and advocacy materials

This paper examines the prospects for energy security through regional energy trade and integration. In particular, it examines how regional trade agreements can expand their coverage to correct existing intraregional imbalances in energy resources, using the case of the Asia-Pacific Trade Agreement (APTA).

 
4 Sep 2014
Public information and advocacy materials

This is a tentative programme of the Expert Consultation on the Asia-Pacific Information Superhighway and Regional Connectivity to be held in Paro, Bhutan on 1 to 2 October 2014.

 
4 Sep 2014
Public information and advocacy materials

This presentation on "The Emerging Role of APTA in Forging Asia-Pacific Integration" by Mr. Joong-Wan Cho was given in Yangon, Myanmar on 1-5 September 2014, as part of the Training on Trade Defence Measures and Other Trade Related Issues.

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