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A Pacific Basin Approach to Trade Negotiations: A Study of Overlapping National Interests.
DEPARTMENT OF STATE WASHINGTON DC OFFICE OF EXTERNAL RESEARCH
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The aim of this research is to identify areas of overlapping national interest among Pacific Basin countries regarding multilateral trade and investment issues. It focuses on attitudes towards and interests in a new round of multilateral trade negotiations MTN as identified by a regional survey of government leaders, businessmen and academic experts. In a concluding section, the survey results and their implications for U.S. strategy and goals in a new MTN round are discussed. Regional cooperation in trade negotiations should be a device for new U.S. leadership toward the goal of an open global trading system, derived from the combined support of the dynamic, outward looking economics of the Pacific, but available to all nations who wish to participate and enjoy the benefits.
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