Joint Training Programme on Economic Corridor Development for Competitive and Inclusive Asia
Studies, S. Rajaratnam School of International | August 2016
The following report is a summary of presentations and discussions at the “Joint Training Programme on Economic Corridor Development for Competitive and Inclusive Asia”, organised by the Centre for Multilateralism Studies at RSIS; the Asian Development Bank (ADB); the Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI); and the Singapore Cooperation Programme (SCP). The capacity-building programme provided an opportunity for officials from the Asian region to gain knowledge on how to develop an economic corridor within their respective countries and sub-regions, and how such an economic corridor could support development. The three-day programme comprised seminars and presentations by various experts including academics, policymakers and project consultants. The programme also provided opportunities for brainstorming and allowed the participants to apply and share their own experiences in developing economic corridors.
CitationStudies, S. Rajaratnam School of International. 2016. Joint Training Programme on Economic Corridor Development for Competitive and Inclusive Asia. © S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/7587.
Regional Development Bank
Access to markets
International trade law
Regional Trading Arrangements
Regional Trade Integration
Regional Economic Integration
Regional economic disparities
Regional economic blocs
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