Five key points about trade in Asia

March 1994
Business America;Mar1994, Vol. 115 Issue 3, p34
Trade Publication
Outlines five key points about trade in Asia as outlined by Jeffrey E. Garten, Under Secretary for Commerce for International Trade. Import of American involvement in Asian trade; Economic opportunities in Asia; Imperative for relationship building in the nation; Strategic components of the National Export Strategy; Partnerships needs between the American private and public sector.


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