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タイトル: The Policy Making Process in FTA Negotiations: A Case Study of Japanese Bilateral EPAs
著者: Higashi, Shigeki
東, 茂樹
キーワード: FTA (Free Trade Agreement)
EPA (Economic Partnership Agreement)
Policy making
Japan
ASEAN
Southeast Asia
International economic relations
International agreements
International cooperation
自由貿易協定
経済連携協定
政策立案
日本
アセアン
東南アジア
国際経済
国際協定
国際協力
Issue Date: Mar-2008
出版者: Institute of Developing Economies, JETRO
引用: IDE Discussion Paper. No. 138. 2008.3
抄録: This paper analyzes Japanese bilateral EPA negotiations, focusing on the areas that each country decided were most important, as well as which actors played the most important roles in each set of negotiations. The negotiations with Mexico and Thailand, which tried to increase agricultural exports to Japan through FTAs, will be discussed. Japan, one should note, still seeks to protect its agricultural sector in spite of the spread of liberalization. The Philippines, Thailand and Malaysia’s efforts to improve and compete in developing their automotive industries, in the face of the completion of AFTA in 2010, are also examined. In addition, this paper discusses whether economic cooperation, the essential Japanese strategy in EPA negotiations, alters the negotiation process in any significant way.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2344/727
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