U.S. APPROACH TO THE ECONOMIC AND INTEGRATION PROCESSES IN THE ASIA-PACIFIC REGION
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U.S. APPROACH TO THE ECONOMIC AND INTEGRATION PROCESSES IN THE ASIA-PACIFIC REGION
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The article provides analysis of prospects of U.S. economic integration project known as the Trans-Pacific Partnership to counter the rise of China in the Asia-Pacific region and to obtain regional economic influence there
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01.05.2013
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