Pacific Economic Cooperation Council

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Sub-subject: The Pacific Economic Cooperation Council (PEEC). Syllabus:

  1. Introduction to the Pacific Economic Cooperation Council (PECC).
  2. Task forces.
  3. Trade and Investment in Services.
  4. The Pacific Food System.
  5. The State of the Region Report.
  6. Index of Economic Integration in the Asia-Pacific.
  7. Pacific Economic Cooperation Council and the Free Trade Area of the Asia-Pacific.
Sub-subject “The Pacific Economic Cooperation Council (PEEC)” is studied…
  1. Masters (e-learning): International Business, Asia, Pacific, and America
  2. Professional Doctorates: America, Asia

Languages of study: En or Es PECC Fr PECC Pt PECC

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Sub-Subject Description: Pacific Economic Cooperation Council.

The objective of the Pacific Economic Cooperation Council (PEEC) is to act as a regional body for cooperation and policy coordination to promote economic and international trade development in the economies in the Asia-Pacific region.

  1. The Pacific Economic Cooperation Council is a sole partnership of individuals from industry, business, Government, or Universities.
  2. PEEC (Pacific Economic Cooperation Council) is one of the three official observers of the APEC.
  3. Asia-Pacific countries are bearing enormous efforts to alleviate the economic and financial impact of the global crisis and to adjust their growth models to a new scenario.
  4. Associate members: France (Pacific Territories)
  5. Institutional members: Pacific Trade and Development Conference and Pacific Basic Economic Council.

The Pacific Economic Cooperation Council (PEEC) is an inter-civilisation institution with members from:

  1. Western Christian Civilisation
    1. Latin American Economic Area: Chile, the Republic of Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, and Peru
    2. North American Economic Area: Canada and the United States
    3. Oceania area: Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific Islands Forum
  2. Islamic Civilisation: Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore
  3. Sinic- Buddhist Civilisation: the People's Republic of China, Hong Kong, Korea, Mongolia, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam
  4. Japanese civilisation: Japan
  5. And the Philippines

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