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|Title:||Regional integration in Central Asia|
|Citation:||Economic Change and Restructuring, 2009; 42(1-2):47-68|
|Publisher:||Springer New York LLC|
|Abstract:||This paper analyses the interaction of regionalism and multilateralism in the five Central Asian countries’ trade policies. The basic question is why have leaders been willing to sign so many regional agreements, which often include visions of regional trading arrangements (RTAs), and yet so unwilling to implement any preferential trading arrangements? The paper examines the durability of multilateralism and the added incentives for joining the World Trade Organization in light of China’s WTO accession in 2001 and Russia’s expected accession. The final section draws together arguments for multi-dimensional (bilateral, plurilateral, and regional) regional cooperation within a WTO framework.|
|Description:||© Springer Science+Business Media|
|Appears in Collections:||Economics publications|
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