Why Is the East Asia Industrial Corridor Needed?
AbstractThe East Asia Industrial Corridor Project, in particular the Southern Corridor and its extension, can be a path-breaking effort for attaining both deepening economic integration and narrowing development gaps. New economic thoughts claim the necessity of comprehensive approach in which various policy modes and a number of stakeholders are effectively coordinated.
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