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APEC Means Business: Building Prosperity for Our Community, 1996

APEC Means Business: Building Prosperity for Our Community, 1996

PUBLICATION NUMBER
APEC#96-AB-01
YEAR
1996
PUBLISHED DATE
December 1996
TYPE OF PUBLICATION
Reports
PAGES
78
ACCESSED
1569

 

Individual Files

  • Executive Summary
  • Facilitating Cross-Border Flows: The True Measure of Liberalization
  • Finance and Investment: Enhancing Foreign Investment Flows within APEC
  • Infrastructure: The Lifeline of Regional Integration
  • Small and Medium Enterprises and Human Resources Development: Wealth from the Ground Up
  • Economic and Technical Cooperation
  • Deepening the Spirit of Community within APEC
  • Appendices



Description

At their meeting in Osaka in November 1995, the APEC Economic Leaders agreed to appoint the members of the APEC Business Advisory Council (ABAC) to provide insights and counsel for their APEC activities. Having been appointed early this year, we responded to this call by providing this initial report.




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INDIVIDUAL FILES

Individual Files

  • Executive Summary
  • Facilitating Cross-Border Flows: The True Measure of Liberalization
  • Finance and Investment: Enhancing Foreign Investment Flows within APEC
  • Infrastructure: The Lifeline of Regional Integration
  • Small and Medium Enterprises and Human Resources Development: Wealth from the Ground Up
  • Economic and Technical Cooperation
  • Deepening the Spirit of Community within APEC
  • Appendices


DESCRIPTIONS

Description

At their meeting in Osaka in November 1995, the APEC Economic Leaders agreed to appoint the members of the APEC Business Advisory Council (ABAC) to provide insights and counsel for their APEC activities. Having been appointed early this year, we responded to this call by providing this initial report.

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File size: 402.89KB


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