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  • Towards Deeper Integration Among China, Japan and Korea 

    Choi, Bo-Young; Lee, Seo Young (Korea Institute for International Economic Policy, 2017-05-04)
    In this paper, we analyze the contents of all preferential trade agreements (PTAs) of China, Japan, and Korea whose date of entry into force is prior to February 2015, on the basis of sectoral coverage and legal enforceability. Korea and Japan show a ...
  • Korea-Mongolia Economic Relations: How Can They Be Reinforced? 

    Jae-Young, Lee; Woen, Gwun Ka (Lowy Institute For International Policy, 2016-8-17)
    Since the establishment of diplomatic relations between Korea and Mongolia in 1990, the two countries have promoted cooperation in various areas including politics, economy, society, and culture, and have even made impressive strides in several fields. ...
  • Korea’s ODA Policy for Fragile States in Asia 

    Yul, Kwon; Mi, Lee Sang; Aila, Yoo (Korea Institute for International Economic Policy, 2016-8-17)
    Last year, the Korean Prime Minister’s Office announced twenty-four priority partner countries for 2016-2020. Eight of these countries are categorized as fragile states, and five of them are in Asia: Bangladesh, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. ...

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