Post Month: November

JAKARTA, 9 November 2021 – Infrastructure Asia, the Lead Implementing Body for Sustainable Infrastructure (LIB-SI), and the ASEAN Secretariat, co-organised a public discussion on the Future of Infrastructure: Shaping Asia’s Sustainability Focus yesterday, online and in-person in Singapore. As part of the Asia Sustainable Infrastructure Advisory (ASIA) Panel Inaugural Meeting and 3rd Forum of ASEAN …

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The Master Plan on ASEAN Connectivity (MPAC) 2025, adopted by ASEAN Leaders at the 28th / 29th ASEAN Summits in Vientiane, Lao PDR, in September 2016 aims to achieve a seamlessly and comprehensively connected and integrated ASEAN that will promote competitiveness, inclusiveness, and a greater sense of Community. It comprises 15 initiatives in the five …

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Master Plan on ASEAN Connectivity (MPAC) 2025 is unlocking more opportunities to improve the way people live, work and travel across the region. The journey of MPAC 2025 has come a long way since its adoption in September 2016. Find out more MPAC 2025 journey by downloading this infographic.

BANGKOK, 2 November 2019 – The ASEAN Coordinating Council, comprising ASEAN Foreign Ministers, welcomed the announcement of the Initial Rolling Priority Pipeline of ASEAN Infrastructure Projects (Initial Pipeline) at the 24th ACC Meeting in Bangkok, Thailand today. ASEAN developed the Initial Pipeline in line with international best practices to attract more infrastructure investments. It contains …

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SINGAPORE, 13 November 2018- The ASEAN Coordinating Council (ACC) launched three Master Plan on ASEAN Connectivity (MPAC) 2025 priority deliverables and the ASEAN Connectivity microsite at the 22nd ACC Meeting. The MPAC 2025 aims to achieve a seamlessly and comprehensively connected and integrated ASEAN to promote competitiveness, inclusiveness, and a greater sense of ASEAN Community. …

THE MASTER PLAN ON ASEAN CONNECTIVITY 2025 DELIVERABLES FOR 2018 AND ASEAN CONNECTIVITY MICROSITE LAUNCHED Read More »

Investment in physical infrastructure in the transport, energy, and information and communications technology (ICT) sectors will help to improve connectivity both within and between ASEAN Member States (AMS). Due to budget constraints and competing demands for resources, there is not always sufficient investment in physical infrastructure in ASEAN. As a result, the quality of and …

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Half of ASEAN peoples already live in urban areas and a further 70 million people are expected to live in the regions urban areas by 2025. Creating sustainable and liveable cities in ASEAN will be crucial to narrowing the existing development gaps, strengthening resilience, promoting innovations, improving well-being, and enhancing connectivity among ASEAN peoples. The …

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