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Dynamics of legal and economic integration in ASEAN business competitiveness and international challenges

By Philippe Gugler, Julien Chaisse and Pavida Pananond


After having provided with an overview of the patterns of ASEAN integration, this study analyses the competitiveness of the ASEAN region in three steps. The first is to establish the theoretical framework on competitiveness.ASEAN, business competitiveneses, international challenges,legal and economic integration

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