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Digital divide in the APEC myth, realities and a way forward by Byung-il Choi

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Published by Korea Institute for International Economic Policy in Seoul .
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  • Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation.

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Text in English, summary in Korean.

StatementByung-il Choi.
SeriesAPEC study series -- 00-02
ContributionsKorea Institute for International Economic Policy.
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Open LibraryOL19607038M
ISBN 108932200149

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