Australia's Role in Indonesian Infrastructure Projects

29 Oct 2018 By Winona Wroe

Indonesia’s growing importance in the Indo-Pacific region means that now more than ever Australia must expand the ways in which it engages with its closest Asian neighbour. One of the ways that Australia can improve their engagement is to increase efforts to close the huge infrastructure gap in Indonesia.

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AKBC WA Conference: Maturing the Korea-Australia Investment Relationship

23 Aug 2018 By Reginald Ramos

The inaugural Korea-Western Australia Business Forum was hosted at the Westin Hotel in Perth, in collaboration with the Perth USAsia Centre. Dr Jeffrey Wilson, Head of Research, delivered a keynote speech on "Maturing the Korea-Australia Investment Relationship".

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Gordon's Newsletter: July 2018 (Part 2)

26 Jul 2018 By Gordon Flake

In the second part of July's newsletter, Gordon reflects on this past month and also launches the "Economics in the Indo-Pacific" Series with two key publications focused on the CPTPP and the Australia-Korea investment relationship respectively.

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Regional Responses to the Trump Trade Shock

12 Jun 2018 By Adehlia Ebert

As part of the Perth USAsia Centre's 'Trade Week', Indo-Pacific trade experts convened to discuss the recent trends in the Indo-Pacific and what role Australian businesses and policymakers can play in ensuring an open, rules-based trade environment.

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Navigating Global Trade Architecture & Lessons from South Korea

06 Jun 2018 By Hugo Seymour

Professor Taeho Bark, South Korea's former Trade Minister, shared his insights into South Korea's post-Korea War recovery and offered lessons to navigate the global trade architecture.

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US Foreign Policy and Populism

05 Jun 2018 By Krystal Hartig

Ambassador Frank Lavin, former US Under-Secretary of International Trade and former US Ambassador to Singapore, conducted a roundtable discussion on President Trump, US Foreign Policy and Populism.

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The Contested Economic Architecture of the Indo-Pacific Region

15 Feb 2018 By Jeffrey Wilson

For the first time in three decades, the US is not an active player in discussions over regional economic integration in Asia. Yet its withdrawal comes at the very time when the regional economic architecture is changing most dramatically.

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Australia Tries to Unlock the Benefits of Proximity with Indonesia

04 Oct 2017 By Kyle Springer

Indonesia and Australia find themselves locked together by geography in the midst of the most economically dynamic regions in the world. The choice is simple: work together and prosper or ignore one another and miss out on the benefits their proximity offers.

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Tortoises and Trade: The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership in 2017

23 Aug 2017 By Michael Zhou

With the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) heading back to the drawing board by the exit of the US, governments in the Indo-Pacific region are increasingly looking towards alternative multilateral trade agreements.

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