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Connecting landlocked developing countries to markets; trade corridors in the 21st century.

9780821384169

Connecting landlocked developing countries to markets; trade corridors in the 21st century.

Arvis, Jean-Francois et al.

The World Bank

2011

274 pages

$35.00

Paperback

HC59

Four economists with the World Bank examine difficulties landlocked countries face conducting international trade, and suggest solutions. Their topics include the access problem and the performance of trade corridors, the complex political economy of trade corridors, transit regimes for moving goods on corridors, improving transit regimes and international cooperation, improving road freight transport, alternative transport modes and the role of logistics intermediaries, managing trade corridors, and bringing together the solutions.

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