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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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MANILA, 12 November 2017 – The ASEAN Member States launched today the Master Plan on ASEAN Connectivity (MPAC)2025 Video Series at the sidelines of 31st ASEAN Summit on 12 November 2017 in Pasay, Metro Manila, Philippines, to introduce ASEAN Connectivity and MPAC 2025 to the peoples of ASEAN. The Master Plan on ASEAN Connectivity 2025 …

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JAKARTA, 28 November 2016 – To effectively implement the recently adopted Master Plan on ASEAN Connectivity (MPAC)2025, ASEAN needs a robust monitoring and evaluation system. The report Enhancing ASEAN Connectivity Monitoring and Evaluation released today at the ASEAN Secretariat assessed the progress and achievements made in the MPAC 2010, drew out the policy implications, and …

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