The New Economy in East Asia and the Pacific

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Index

a
Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPs) 212 -5, 219 n, 299 , 304
see also intellectual property
agriculture 273 , 277
aircraft industry 55
Amazon.com 231
America Online (AOL) 181
anti-trust 210 , 235 n, 253 -4, 304
see also competition
APEC see Asia Pacific Economic Cooperationapplication service provider (ASP) 192 -4
Apple 222 -3
ASEAN see Association of South East Asian Nations
Arpanet 75
Asia Pacific Development Information Program 288 -9
Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation 1 , 10 , 267 , 271 n, 290 , 313 -18:
e-APEC Task Force 2 , 290 , 314 ;
Ecotech 315 -18;
ICT liberalisation and deregulation 314 -16;
policy role 314 ;
presidency 313 ;
projects 315 ;
Trade and Investment Liberalisation Framework 315 ;
see also new economy;
World Trade Organization
Asia Pacific Regional Operations Centre Plan 169
Association of Southeast Asian Nations 257 , 266 -7, 269 , 271 n, 278 , 283 -90;
e-ASEAN Task Force 290 ;
Framework Agreement on Information and Communications Technology Products, Services and Investment 290
AT&T 23 , 75 , 291 :
break-up 79 , 86 n
auctions 232 , 236 n:
online automobile auctions 257
Australia xiv , 24 , 266 , 280 , 318
Automotive Network eXchange (ANX) 264
automotive industry see motor industry

b
B2B see business-to-business
B2C see business-to-consumer
Bangladesh 280
banking 7 , 47 , 225 , 308 :
bank-cards (China) 132 ;
Basle Committee on Banking Supervision 308 ;
e-banking 123 ;
i-flex (India) 190 -3;
Microbanker 190 -3;
retail 191
Bell Laboratories 75 , 135
Benton Foundation 291
biotechnology 55 , 112 , 206 :
biogenetics 206 ;
patents 206 -8, 216
Boskin Advisory Committee (on consumer price index) 20
Bridges.org 291 -2
broadband 4 , 65 -9, 78 - 80 , 83 , 84 n, 162 , 285 :
bandwidth 123 , 245 ;
cable television 79 ;
connectivity 70 , 74 ;
consumers 72 -4, 85 n, 173 ;
e-commerce 70 ;
entertainment 71 ;
home shopping 71 ;
internet 247 , 281 ;
investment 83 , 307 ;
Japan 282 ;
market-led strategy 286 ;
music 282 ;
penetration 67 -8, 281 ;
PlayStation 179 -80;
policy 285 ;
price elasticities 73 , 76 ;
rural areas 286 ;
South Korea 282 ;
voice telephony 71
Brunei 267 , 317
business-to-business (B2B) 228 -33, 238 :
e-commerce 278 , 294 n;
gofish.com 229 ;
market research on exchanges 231 ;
prices 231 -2;
software 231
business-to-consumer (B2C) 231 -3, 278 :
online shopping 232

c
cable television services 67 , 71 , 75 , 79 :
regulation 80 , 86 n
Canada:
cable television 79 ;
Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission 86 n;
e-learning 287 ;
information highway 287 ;
regulator 86 n;
SchoolNet 287 ;
unbundled networks 78
capital investment:
cross-country studies 217 ;
economic life of capital equipment 225 ;
information and communication technology 148 ;
intellectual property protection 203 -19;
manufacturing companies 116 , 120 ;
see also innovation;
investment;
venture capital
capitalisation:
falling investment (India) 114 ;
R&D 93 -4, 99 , 101 ;
venture capital 24 , 102
cars see motor industry
cement production 120
Children's Partnership 276 -7, 294 n
China:
China Internet Network Information Centre 282 ;
computers 131 , 208 ;
Council for Economic Planning and Development 162 ;

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