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Part of the Special Series on US Indo-Pacific Strategy: Perspectives from Allies, Partners, and Across the Indo-Pacific


Number 635
Yukari Sekiguchi, Senior Director in the East Asia and Pacific practice at the Albright Stonebridge Group, explains that "without the prospect for lower tariffs, or reductions in other market access barriers, IPEF's greatest benefit lies in its ability to harmonize other policies and regulations, and cultivate various types of concrete cooperation among its large network of like-minded countries."
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"The course of Japan's 65-year ODA history is focused on advancing Japan's diplomatic power and benefiting its economy. In this revision, Japan intends to strategically use ODA by clearly stating its commitment to realizing a 'Free and Open IndoPacific...'"

Part of the Special Series on US Indo-Pacific Strategy: Perspectives from Allies, Partners, and Across the Indo-Pacific


Number 635
Yukari Sekiguchi, Senior Director in the East Asia and Pacific practice at the Albright Stonebridge Group, explains that "without the prospect for lower tariffs, or reductions in other market access barriers, IPEF's greatest benefit lies in its ability to harmonize other policies and regulations, and cultivate various types of concrete cooperation among its large network of like-minded countries."
for additional titles in the
Asia Pacific Bulletin

"The course of Japan's 65-year ODA history is focused on advancing Japan's diplomatic power and benefiting its economy. In this revision, Japan intends to strategically use ODA by clearly stating its commitment to realizing a 'Free and Open IndoPacific...'"

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