Background and context of the study

@inproceedings{Chadee2015BackgroundAC,
  title={Background and context of the study},
  author={Doren Chadee and Banjo Roxas and Tim Rogmans},
  year={2015}
}
This chapter provides the necessary background and context for the study. Australia and the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states have a long history of trade and investment activities between them. Trade and investment have evolved gradually over the years. However, the acceleration of globalisation and the resulting changes taking place in the structure of the world economy have led many small economies such as Australia and the GCC states to engage strategically with their trading partners… Expand

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