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本中心於今(2013)年8 月8 日邀請菲律賓大學(University of the Philippines)經濟學院院長克萊瑞特(Ramon L. Clarete)蒞臨,以「東協稻米貿易論壇:糧食安全之區域合作」(ASEANRice Trade Forum: A Regional Cooperation for Food Security)為題進行專題演講。克萊瑞特院長係夏威夷大學(University of Hawaii)經濟學博士, 主要專攻領域為農業經濟學、發展經濟學、多邊貿易政策、國際經濟學與公共經濟學。本次演講活動供吸引近80 人報名參加,包括來自政府、企業、智庫與學界等人士共同與會,現場討論亦相當踴躍。
What has ASEAN offered or coulld offer to the European Union in their rellatiionshiip? (English)Paul Joseph Lim
The Association of South East Asian Nations’ member countries have for long demanded that the West, the European Union (EU) treat them as equal partners. One reason why the South East Asian countries came together was the realisation that each on its own has no weight but together they will be treated on a more equal basis. This paper wishes to examine whether ASEAN and its Member States have contributed or something to offer the EU. More often we read of what the EU commits to ASEAN.


Trade policy and services liberalisation in Malaysia: opportunities for Taiwan (English)/Shankaran Nambiar
This paper seeks to argue that it is an opportune time for Taiwan to establish deeper and more formal economic ties with Malaysia in the services sector. Malaysia, for its part, is pursuing an active trade policy that is constantly seeking to expand the boundaries of its trade with other countries. This is necessary given the fact that Malaysia is an export-dependent small open economy. In keeping with this fact, Malaysia has completed and is negotiating a number of free trade agreements.



The challenges of the CLMV countries and the role of development partner. (English)/Pou Sovachana
The ten ASEAN member states have agreed that political stability and long term economic growth could only be attained if they all cooperate (ASEAN Charter). However, with the expansion of Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, and Vietnam (CLMV), political and economic disparities have ensued between the old and the new member states. Moreover, the development gap among the member states in the region has also persisted. The challenges of the CLMV countries and the role of development partner will be discussed and examined.




Taking ASEAN+1 FTAs towards the RCEP. (English)/Isono Ikumo
ASEAN and East Asian countries are the ones that utilize FTA (Free Trade Agreement or Free Trade Area) strategically and effectively. FTAs had started as a complement of WTO scheme. However, partly due to the slow progress of WTO initiative, FTA changed to one of the most powerful engines of the economic integration. FTA benefits involving countries by expanding trades, improving competitive conditions and helping industrial upgrading.


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