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2013 | nr 294 Economical and Political Interrelations in the Asia-Pacific Region | 98--112
Tytuł artykułu

Cooking a Bowl of Asian Noodles with a Soupçon of Singapore. An Overview of Singapore's Strategic Motives for (Cross-)Regional Trade Agreements

Warianty tytułu
Gotując miskę azjatyckich klusek z odrobiną Singapuru. Przegląd strategicznych motywów Singapuru w kwestii (między)regionalnych porozumień handlowych
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Abstrakty
Autor odnosi się do zagadnienia trzeciej fali regionalizmu w gospodarce światowej, skupiając uwagę na regionie Azji i Pacyfiku i analizie strategicznych motywów singapurskiej polityki zagranicznej i handlowej pchającej to państwo-miasto ku osiągnięciu pozycji regionalnego huba handlowego. Wynikają one zasadniczo z nieefektywności wielostronnej liberalizacji handlu opartej współcześnie na tzw. agendzie WTO-plus (zagadnieniach powiązanych z handlem). Priorytety Singapuru i samo ich wdrażanie są dobrym przykładem sprawnego równoważenia globalnych i regionalnych wyzwań. Przegląd oparto na źródłach pierwotnych: regulacjach zawartych w umowach handlowych, raportach, protokołach oraz statystykach odnoszących się do wymiany międzynarodowej.(abstrakt oryginalny)
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The paper addresses the issue of the third wave regionalism in the world economy by focusing attention on the Asia-Pacific region and analysing strategic motives of Singapore's foreign and trade policy pushing this city-state to the position of a regional trading hub. They are basically the consequence of the ineffective multilateral trade liberalisation based contemporarily on the so-called WTO-plus agenda (trade-related issues). Singapore's priorities and their enforcement are a good example of the agile balance between global and regional pressures. The overview was based on the primary sources: provisions covered by trade agreements, reports, protocols and international trade statistics.(original abstract)
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  • University of Wrocław
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