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  • Report  |   2014

    Infrastructure Public-Private Partnership Case Studies of APEC Member Economies

    Author(s): Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation

    This collection of 55 PPP case studies — provided by contributing APEC member economies, as well as international financial institutions — covers infrastructure PPP projects in the transport, energy, water supply and wastewater treatment, and service sectors of 18 APEC member economies (Australia, Canada, Chile, China, Indonesia, Japan, Korea,...

  • Report  |   2016

    APEC Supply Chain Connectivity Framework Action Plan 2010-2015: Final Assessment

    Author(s): Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation

    The report presents the final assessment results of the APEC Supply Chain Connectivity Framework Action Plan (SCFAP). The SCFAP aims to improve the performance of supply chains in the APEC region, with a target of 10 percent reduction in time, cost and uncertainty by 2015. The results show that some progress has been made in reducing time and...

  • Report  |   2014

    APEC Connectivity Blueprint

    Author(s): Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation

    This publication combines the two key documents relating to the APEC Connectivity Blueprint, namely: 1. APEC Connectivity Blueprint 2015-2025, which APEC Leaders endorsed during their annual meeting in Beijing in November 2014, and 2. The Report to Implement the APEC Connectivity Blueprint, a document prepared to support the blueprint’s...

  • Report  |   2018

    The Development of Intermodal Transport in the SADC Region: Main Challenges and Business Opportunities

    Author(s): Maputo Corridor Logistics Initiative

    Increasing interconnectivity in SADC is not only important to increase engagement in global value chains, but also to increase intra-regional trade and economic dynamism. Currently, intra-SADC trade accounts for only 16% of total trade, a figure dramatically lower than other geo-economic groupings in the world: EU 60%, Nafta 45%, and Asean 25%....

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