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The South Korea-U.S. Free Trade Agreement — Its Impact on East Asia Works Cited:

1. “U.S. and South Korea Conclude Free Trade Agreement” Bridges Weekly Trade News Digest,
Vol.11 No. 12 Week of Aril 4, 2007, http://www.ictsd.org/weekly/07-04-04/story1.htm
2. Ibid.
3. “U.S. and South Korea Reach Free Trade Agreement.” Choe Sang-Hun, Bloomberg News, International Herald Tribune April 2, 2007,
http://www.iht.com/articles/2007/04/02/asia/fta.php?page=2
4. “FTA: United States & Republic of Korea Economic and Strategic Benefits”, Office of the United States Trade Representative, February 2,
2006
5. The proposed South Korea-the U.S Free Trade Agreement, CRS Report for Congress, Order Code RL33435,
http://www.sice.oas.org/ TPD/USA_KOR/Studies/CRSREPORT_e.pdf
6. External Implications of a Korea-US FTA, Institute for International Economics,
www.petersoninstitute.org/publications/chapter_preview/326/5iie311x.pdf

Lagging Broadband Hinders India’s Growth Works Cited:

1. “Engaging India: Connecting Broadband,” by Joe Leahy in Financial Times, March 29, 2007.
2. “WiMAX in India: Opening New Frontiers Through Broadband Connectivity,” by Intel Magazine, November, 2004.
3. “Engaging India: Connecting Broadband,” by Joe Leahy in Financial Times, March 29, 2007.
4. “Making speed with broadband,” The Hindu, October 18, 2005
5. How India can accelerate broadband usage,” by Vijay Sankar in Socialtext, May 25, 2006.
6. “WiMAX in India: Opening New Frontiers Through Broadband Connectivity,” by Intel Magazine, November, 2004.

Consumer Credit in Asia: Growth Potential and Pitfalls Works Cited:

1. Bellman, Eric and Areddy, James T. (2007, March 20). “For India and China, Credit Poses a Challenge.” The Wall Street Journal Page A8
Retrieved on March 25, 2007)
2. Bellman, Eric. and Areddy, James T. (2007, March 20). “For India and China, Credit Poses a Challenge.” The Wall Street Journal Page
A8
(Retrieved on March 25, 2007)
3. Bellman, Eric. and Areddy, James T. (2007, March 20). “For India and China, Credit Poses a Challenge.” The Wall Street Journal Page
A8
(Retrieved on March 25, 2007)
4. “Turning Anglo-Saxon.” The Economist. 1 September 2005
5. “Turning Anglo-Saxon.” The Economist. 1 September 2005
6. “Turning Anglo-Saxon.” The Economist. 1 September 2005
7. “Turning Anglo-Saxon.” The Economist. 1 September 2005
8. Bakshian, Douglas. (2007, March 27). “Asian Development Bank Forecasts Robust Economic Growth for Developing Asia This
Year.” (Retrieved on March 25, 2007), http://www.voanews.com/english/2007-03-27-voa9.cfm

Is the Drought Drying Up Australia’s Economy? Works Cited:

1. ABS. (2006, December 12) “5206.0 – Australia National Accounts: National Income, Expenditure and Product” from http://
www.abs.gov.au/AUSSTATS/abs@.nsf/DetailsPage/5206.0Jun%202006?OpenDocument
2. “Grape prices sour.” BRW. 15-21 March 2007
3. ABARE. (2007, March 20) Australian Commodities Outlook 2007, from http://www.abareconomics.com/publications_html/news/news.html
4. Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, Australian Government (2007, March 16) “Drought Assistance”, from http://
www.daffa.gov.au/drought/assistance

Populism Hurting Thailand’s Economy Works Cited:

1. ‘Thailand threats fresh restrictions on foreign investors’ by Thomas Fuller and Wayne Arnold, January 9, 2007, International Herald Tribune.
2. ‘Around the Markets: Foreign investors reject Thailand’s risks’ by Bloomberg news, February 20, 2007, International Herald Tribune.
3. ‘Political turmoil hurts Thai corporate profits’ by Dominic G. Diongson, Bloomberg news, March 7, 2007, International Herald Tribune.
4. ‘Political turmoil hurts Thai corporate profits’ by Dominic G. Diongson, Bloomberg news, March 7, 2007, International Herald Tribune.
5. ‘Thai official defends move to restrict foreign investment’ by Thomas Fuller, January 17, 2007, International Herald tribune.
6. ‘Thailand’s lesson in populism’ by Stanley A. Weiss, January 31, 2007, International Herald Tribune.
7. ‘Thailand’s lesson in populism’ by Stanley A. Weiss, January 31, 2007, International Herald Tribune.

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