APEC economies agree on path to free trade and investment

Davis, Ian
December 1995
Business America;Dec95, Vol. 116 Issue 12, p4
Trade Publication
Reports that several Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) economies vowed to pursue a detailed plan to eliminate all trade and investment barriers in the Asia Pacific region. When meeting will take place; What is the Action Agenda; Who it was adopted by; What it will help to do; When the APEC was formed; Other information. INSETS: Six steps to free trade.;The National Center for APEC.;U.S. government APEC contact list..


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