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Countries that have area on the Pacific Rim.


The Pacific Rim refers to the countries and cities located around the edge of the Pacific Oceanmarker. There are many economic centers around the Pacific Rim, such as Aucklandmarker, Busanmarker, Brisbanemarker, Ho Chi Minh Citymarker, Hong Kongmarker, Limamarker, Los Angelesmarker, Manilamarker, Melbournemarker, Panama Citymarker, Portlandmarker, San Diegomarker, San Franciscomarker, Santiagomarker, Seattlemarker, Seoulmarker, Shanghai, Singaporemarker, Sydneymarker, Taipeimarker, Tokyomarker, Vancouvermarker, and Yokohama. Honolulumarker is the headquarters of various intergovernmental and non-governmental organizations of the Pacific Rim, including the East-West Center and the Institute of Asian Researchmarker. In addition, the RIMPAC exercise is coordinated by United States Pacific Command which is headquartered in Honolulu.

The region has great diversity — with the economic dynamism of Koreamarker, Taiwanmarker, Hong Kong and Singapore; the technological expertise of Japanmarker and the Western United States; the natural resources of Australia, Colombiamarker, Canadamarker, Mexicomarker, Perumarker, the Philippinesmarker, the Russian Far East and the United Statesmarker; the human resources of Chinamarker and Indonesiamarker; the agricultural productivity of Australia, Chilemarker, New Zealandmarker, the Philippinesmarker, and the United Statesmarker among others.

List of countries on the Pacific Rim

This is a list of countries that are generally considered to be a part of the Pacific Rim, since they lie along the Pacific Oceanmarker.







Bibliography

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References



  • Phillips, Douglas A. and Steven C. Levi. The Pacific Rim Region: Emerging Giant. Hillside, NJ: Enslow Publishers, 1988. ISBN 0-89490-191-5


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