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Neo-liberalism and the Working People of Southeast Asia

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The ASEAN Economic Community is marked by a range of specific programmes to make economic regionalism a successful reality. Yet, the economic liberalisation programme is a narrow one, without any clear economic development direction outside of its confines. Economic integration is also being driven by select corporate interests. States are not paying sufficient attention to ASEAN's working populations. For ordinary persons to benefit from economic liberalisation and integration, ASEAN states would need to put them at the centre of their development programmes.

Affiliations: 1: School of Labor and Industrial Relations, University of Philippines


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