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丛书名:东南亚蓝皮书
王勤   社会科学文献出版社  2018-12 出版
ISBN:978-7-5201-4124-6

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本书分为五部分,总报告对2017~2018年东南亚政经形势进行回顾与展望;区域篇论述了东南亚地区经济、政治、社会和对外关系发展中的热点和前沿问题;国别篇对近期柬埔寨、印尼、老挝、马来西亚、菲律宾、泰国和越南的政治、经济和对外关系进行分析与预测;专题篇聚焦东南亚地区海洋经济发展的现状与前景;附录部分包括《中国—东盟战略伙伴关系2030年愿景》《2017年东南亚大事记》《东南亚发展统计》。
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