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The Economic Impact of Enhanced Multimodal Connectivity in the APEC Region

The Economic Impact of Enhanced Multimodal Connectivity in the APEC Region

PUBLICATION NUMBER
APEC#210-SE-01.1
YEAR
2010
PUBLISHED DATE
June 2010
TYPE OF PUBLICATION
Reports
PAGES
82
ACCESSED
10423

 

Individual Files

  • Introduction
  • Overview of Multimodal Connectivity in the APEC Region
  • Impact of Enhanced Multimodal Connectivity on Trade
  • Conclusion and Policy Implications



Description

APEC has identified underdeveloped multimodal transport capabilities as one of the priority chokepoints to be addressed under the Supply Chain Connectivity Framework. To help economies understand further how multimodal links are vital to the connectivity of modern supply chains and trade, the APEC Committee on Trade and Investment (CTI) tasked the Policy Support Unit (PSU) to undertake a study to quantify how enhanced and efficient multimodal connectivity could contribute to economic integration and the competitiveness of the region.

 

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INDIVIDUAL FILES

Individual Files

  • Introduction
  • Overview of Multimodal Connectivity in the APEC Region
  • Impact of Enhanced Multimodal Connectivity on Trade
  • Conclusion and Policy Implications


DESCRIPTIONS

Description

APEC has identified underdeveloped multimodal transport capabilities as one of the priority chokepoints to be addressed under the Supply Chain Connectivity Framework. To help economies understand further how multimodal links are vital to the connectivity of modern supply chains and trade, the APEC Committee on Trade and Investment (CTI) tasked the Policy Support Unit (PSU) to undertake a study to quantify how enhanced and efficient multimodal connectivity could contribute to economic integration and the competitiveness of the region.

 

This work is available for further use under creative commons licensing.
 

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File size: 898.24KB


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