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ASPI convenes Asian and American stakeholders to work on issues related to trade practices, investment, technological innovation and acquisition, intellectual property, and market access. Our work is distinguished by the breadth of the implications that we consider: not just business and economic implications, but also linkages to diplomatic relations, security, social stability, sustainability, and other considerations.

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ASPI report with a blueprint for successful BRI projects.
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Wendy Cutler calls on the Asia Pacific to lead trade reforms in this latest ASPI issue paper.
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Wendy Cutler makes the case for a collaborative approach to addressing concerns with China's state-led economic model.
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Issue paper highlighting areas for closer economic cooperation between the U.S. and South Korea.
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A compendium of six speeches by ASPI President Kevin Rudd on the increasingly fraught ties between the U.S and China.
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ASPI report on carbon market cooperation and linkage in Northeast Asia.
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ASPI report outlining ways to foster regional trade and carbon market cooperation between China, Japan, and South Korea.
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In this ASPI issue paper, Debra Eisenman analyzes five critical challenges facing Myanmar in 2018.
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ASPI report on how major companies operating in Northeast Asia can drive carbon market cooperation and capitalize on its opportunities.
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Asia Society Policy Institute paper with recommendations for how to navigate an increasingly complex Asia-Pacific trade landscape in 2018.
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ASPI report on carbon market developments in China, Japan, and Korea and how linkages can be facilitated between these markets to pursue ambitious climate change policies.
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In this ASPI paper, Marshall Bouton argues that the Trump administration should move rapidly to secure closer cooperation with India.

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