Cooperative development of transport and communications sectors in South Asia
This book explores the potential areas of cooperation between the SAARC countries in development policy, investment planning, market regulation and management in these sectors.
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Conceptual Policy and Management Dimensions
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Annex-1 areas of regional Asia Asian Highway Route audiotex Bangladesh Bangladesh and Sri bilateral trade borders broad gauge capacities cent Chittagong CM CM communications networks communications sectors competition containerised coordinated cost-effective coun cross-border demand economic efficient external trade facilitate facilities Five Year Plan freight growth rates harmonisation improving increased India and Pakistan India ranks infrastructural inter-country inter-modal intra intra-regional movement intra-regional trade intra-regional transport investment Islamabad Karachi Kathmandu levels Madurai Majesty's Government major ports markets ment modes Nepal Non-LDCs organisations overall policies potential promote rail gauges railways Rajshahi regional cooperation regional countries need regional transport relatively reliable road and rail SAARC SAPTA significantly Sources South Asian countries Sri Lanka standardisation surface transport Table tariff Technical Committee technologies telecom tion Total tourism traffic Trans-Asian Railway transfer points transport and communications unit costs upgradation users utilisation West Bengal