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Annex 2: Survey Results


 

SURVEY OF EXPERTS ON THE STATE OF THE REGION

Number of Respondents: 370
NGO: 20
Media: 9
Government: 68
Business: 91
Academic: 178
Other: 4


Regional Breakdown:
North America: 61
Northeast Asia: 113
South America: 66
Southeast Asia: 95
Australia/New Zealand: 35

Regional Views on the Asia Pacific Economic Outlook for the next 1-2 years:

Publications-SOTR-2006-40-1


Regional Views on the Asia Pacific Economic Outlook for the next 3-5 years

Publications-SOTR-2006-40-2

 

Regional Views on the Short-Term Risks to the Economic Outlook

Publications-SOTR-2006-40-3

 

Regional Views on the Long-Term Risks to the Economic Outlook

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The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)

Publications-SOTR-2006-42-1
 

The East Asian Summit (EAS)

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The Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation process (APEC)

Publications-SOTR-2006-42-3
 

The ASEAN Regional Forum (ARF)

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The Asian Development Bank

Publications-SOTR-2006-43-2
 

Asia Pacific Regional Organizations

Publications-SOTR-2006-43-3
 

How important are the following APEC activities?

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What are the challenges for APEC?

Publications-SOTR-2006-44-1
 

What are the policy priorities for regional cooperation?

Publications-SOTR-2006-44-2

 

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