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Thomas, N. McDonald, N. Comprehensive listing of books, reports, and research on regional cooperation and integration RCI in South Asia and relevant global RCI publications, including publications on transport, trade facilitation, energy, and economic corridors in the SASEC region. It examines the types of barriers to services in the regulatory environment and identifies the policy implications.

It aims to guide policymakers in the area of services in international trade.


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Using the Services Trade Competitiveness Diagnostic toolkit, it identifies policy measures that can help Nepal identify strategies for greater integration in the global marketplace. Risks to the outlook include possible re-escalation of political uncertainties, financial sector weaknesses due to nonperforming assets, and fiscal challenges amid elections in several countries.

A record reforms were undertaken around the world, serving to improve business climate in the past year. South Asian economies carried out 19 reforms, many of which focused on improving starting a business, access to credit, paying taxes, and resolving insolvency. South Asia scored the highest for trading across borders. Bhutan introduced an online platform for filling corporate and personal income tax. Sri Lanka climbed to th place after instituting reforms on paying taxes and enforcing contracts. This book looks at how the economic benefits of investments in transport corridors could be amplified and how negative impacts could be minimized in South Asia.

The book introduces an appraisal methodology that looks at the web of interconnected elements around corridors and assesses proposed corridors according to their potential to bring wider economic benefits WEB.

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It uses case studies of past and recent corridor initiatives, and presents a simulation of the impact of the proposed Kolkata-Dhaka corridor. East Asia and Pacific EAP grew slightly faster than anticipated in , with growth in Myanmar rebounding slightly at 6. Amid risks to macroeconomic stability, EAP countries must enhance trade facilitation and integration, improve education systems, and upgrade capabilities of workers and managers. This paper reviews literature estimating the impact of large transport investments. It reviews 78 studies, 11 of which centers on infrastructure projects in India.

The paper looks at the economic benefits of transport infrastructure projects to better understand how corridors could generate wider economic benefits, with a focus on roads, rails, and waterways. The review assesses the impact of transport corridor projects on economic welfare and equity, environmental quality, and social inclusion, and suggests a need for policies and institutions that address trade-offs.

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