Part of a larger study (covering Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and the Philippines) assessing the possibility of regional cooperation towards a multilateral arrangement in agriculture, labour and the environment.
This study covers four South-East Asian countries: Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and the Philippines. The Indonesian case study aims at mapping Indonesia's current position in multilateral arrangements with regard to these issues. It also outlines a possible position for Indonesia in the coming round of multilateral trade negotiations and proposes how regional cooperation would enhance Indonesias bargaining position in a wider context such as the WTO.
The study is coordinated by the Malaysian Institute of Economic Research and funded by the Sasakawa Peace Foundation, Japan.
For the study's result, see WPE 065 - Regional cooperation towards multilateral arrangements on agriculture, labour, and environment in the context of globalisation: The case of Indonesia.