The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) is a regional economic forum established in 1989 to leverage the growing interdependence of the Asia-Pacific. APEC's 21 members aim to create greater prosperity for the people of the region by promoting balanced, inclusive, sustainable, innovative and secure growth and by accelerating regional economic integration.
APEC ensures that goods, services, investment and people move easily across borders. Members facilitate this trade through faster customs procedures at borders; more favorable business climates behind the border; and aligning regulations and standards across the region. For example, APEC's initiatives to synchronize regulatory systems is a key step to integrating the Asia-Pacific economy. A product can be more easily exported with just one set of common standards across all economies.
Brunei Darussalam, Chile, New Zealand, Canada, Korea, South, Mexico, Thailand, Peru, Hong Kong, Philippines, Russian Federation, Malaysia, Japan, Indonesia, Australia, Viet Nam, Singapore, China, United States
Brunei Darussalam, Chile, New Zealand, Thailand, Mexico, Canada, Malaysia, Korea, South, Philippines, Hong Kong, Peru, Russian Federation, Japan, Australia, Singapore, Indonesia, United States, Viet Nam, China
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