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  • Economics Info: Structured Lists of Commonly-Used Websites
      • Hopefully this website will save you time while you are browsing the web and doing research on international economic and transnational issues. Based on research of Asia-Pacific economies, this site's "value-added" is that it collects weblinks in a cookie-cutter framework. Each page refers to the mode of research being used: reading reports, grabbing data, browsing home pages, wielding tools, etc. A common framework is generally used: rows represent topics, columns indicate the scope (World/ Region/ United States). The site points to commonly-used, recurring information that is often of an official nature. For parsimony�s sake, one-time articles are avoided. The framework is a blueprint for adding more links, so the website is always in a state of flux. Very respectfully, Mark Harstad, Waikiki
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    The appearance of these hyperlinks does not constitute endorsement by the Department of Defense, United States Pacific Command, or the Asia-Pacific Center of these web sites of the information, products or services contained therein. The Asia-Pacific Center does not exercise any editorial control over the information you may find at these locations.

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    Last modified: June 1, 2011