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Lead Footnote * Chen is also a¢ liated with the Elliott School of International A§airs at George Washington University. We are very grateful to Scott Baier, Paul Brenton, Carsten Fink, Kishore
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Gawande, Bernard Hoekman, Jim Markusen, Keith Maskus, Mike Moore, Kamal Saggi, and two anonymous referees for many valuable suggestions. The views expressed here are those of the authors and should not be attributed to the World Bank. Notes 1"EU and Asean to pave way for trade pact talks", Financial Times, 7 September 2004.
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