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【Peter Drysdale | Asia】Will Asia’s growth fizzle out?

Over the past half century and more, many countries have committed to promoting economic development and catching up to the income and productivity levels achieved in advanced indu […]


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【Peter Drysdale | Insight】Australia and Indonesia in it for the long haul

Two and a half years ago, the then Australian prime minister, Julia Gillard, launched a White Paper on Australia in the Asian Century. Despite being electronically burned by the cu […]


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【Peter Drysdale | Insight】The high price of ‘free trade’ with the United States

It is well known that the many bilateral FTAs signed to date in Asia have not brought significant commercial or domestic reform or benefits. For one thing, bilateral ‘free trade ag […]


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【Peter Drysdale | Asia】What will Abe deliver now?

After a decisive election victory on 14 December, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe would seem to be in an extremely sweet spot to deliver on both his main domestic and internatio […]


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【Peter Drysdale | Asia】Rethinking the global trade regime

India’s dropping a bombshell on the conclusion of the WTO agreement on trade facilitation negotiated in Bali last December — which promised to streamline customs and other procedur […]


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【Peter Drysdale | Asia】Japan’s search for a new regional vision

To many inside and outside Japan, Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe brings both hope and a breath of fresh air to an economy and society that has been in relative retreat in recen […]


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【Peter Drysdale | Asia】Indonesia’s democratic strength

Democracy has taken a battering in Southeast Asia in recent times, as Thailand, the region’s second-largest economy and one of its economic success stories over the past few decade […]


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【Peter Drysdale | Asia】Is Thailand Southeast Asia’s weak link?

Thailand is Southeast Asia’s second-biggest economy and has been one of its economic success stories over the past decade. The coup after the recent political standoff threatens no […]


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【Peter Drysdale | Insight】Can the G20 deliver new direction?

The G20 summit in Brisbane in November this year will be held, almost to the day, on the sixth anniversary of the first summit in Washington in 2008. The leaders’ level meeting was […]


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【Peter Drysdale | Asia】Asia’s economic strategy beyond free trade agreements

The launch of negotiations on the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) (in APEC’s backyard led by the United States) and (later) the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) ( […]


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By Peter Drysdale

Peter Drysdale is Emeritus Professor of Economics and the Head of the East Asian Bureau of Economic Research and East Asia Forum at the Crawford School of Public Policy at the Australian National University. He is widely recognised as the leading intellectual architect of APEC.

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