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RBA Glossary definition for APEC

APEC – Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum. APEC was established in 1989 and has become the primary regional vehicle for promoting open trade and practical economic cooperation. It has 21 member countries, including Australia.

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Recent International Developments in Perspective

25 Nov 1998 Speech
Ian Macfarlane
Address by Ian Macfarlane to the CEDA Annual General Meeting, Melbourne

The Asia Crisis, Capital Flows and the International Financial Architecture

21 May 1998 Speech
Stephen Grenville
Speech by Stephen Grenville to Monash University Law School Foundation, Melbourne

Internationalisation and the Macroeconomy

12 Feb 2007 Conferences PDF 239KB
RBA Conference Volume 1994

The Origin of the Asian Financial Turmoil

1 Dec 2009 RDP PDF 451KB
1 President Clinton at the meeting of APEC heads of government in Vancouver.2 The others being the crisis in the European Monetary System in 1992–93 and the Mexican.

Central Bank Co-Operation in Asia

8 Aug 1996 Speech
Bernie Fraser
Talk by Bernie Fraser to the Asialink Group, Melbourne

Financial Globaliation in the Asian Region

12 Oct 2007 Bulletin PDF 96KB
Remarks by Mr Philip Lowe, Assistant Governor (Financial Sytem), prepared for Federal Reserve Bank of Chicargo and International Monetary Fund Conference on 'Globalisation and Systemic Risk', Chicargo, 27-28 September 2007

Volatility in International Capital Movements

15 Dec 2009 RDP PDF 240KB
Reserve Bank of Australia. Reserve Bank of AustraliaEconomic Research Department. 2009. -09. RESEARCHDISCUSSIONPAPER. Volatility in International Capital Movements. Chris Becker andClare Noone. RDP 2009-09. VOLATILITY IN INTERNATIONAL CAPITAL

Spreading the Benefits of Globalisation: 'Selling' the Compounding Benefits of Reforms

11 Sep 2002 Conferences PDF 70KB
40. 50. 60. 70. 2001. G-20. %%. OECD. G-10. G-7. APEC.

The Asia Crisis, Capital Flows and the International Financial Architecture

26 Feb 2001 Speech PDF 45KB
More regionally-focussed groups could give us extra leverage. APEC is, of course,the over-arching regional framework.

Financing Infrastructure: A Spectrum of Country Approaches

19 Sep 2013 Bulletin – September 2013
Sophia Chong and Emily Poole
Over recent decades, there has been a shift away from public infrastructure financing towards private infrastructure financing, particularly in advanced economies. In this article, infrastructure financing in four countries – China, India,