Cambodia - Laos - Vietnam Development Triangle: A Viewpoint from Vietnam
In this paper, the author would like to uncover challenges to Cambodia-Laos-Vietnam Development Triangle and suggest key policies to address them. The first section of this paper will give an introduction on the Vietnam provinces (VDTA) of CLV-DTA. The second section will present the market potential within the Vietnamese area of CLV-DTA. Cross-border trade through border crossings between VDTA provinces and Cambodian member provinces (CDTA), Lao member provinces (LDTA) as well as transport corridors for shipping goods will be discussed in this part. In the third section, challenges will be pointed out. It would be a shortcoming if this section mentioned only challenges but not the development potential that would help address these challenges. At the conclusion of this paper, the author will summarize the findings and suggest selected policies.
|Date of creation:||Mar 2013|
|Publication status:||Published in Bangkok Research Report 11 (2013): pp. 99-132|
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- Masami ISHIDA, 2009. "Special Economic Zones and Economic Corridors," Working Papers d019, Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA).
- Toshihiro KUDO, 2009. "Border Area Development in the GMS: Turning the Periphery into the Center of Growth," Working Papers d018, Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA).
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