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Sustainable Infrastructure | 1 October 2019
ASEAN to promote infrastructure productivity improvement
JAKARTA, 1 October 2019 – The Lead Implementing Body for the Master Plan on ASEAN Connectivity (MPAC) 2025 Strategic Area of Sustainable Infrastructure (LIB-SI) held the Forum on Development of Framework for Improving ASEAN Infrastructure Productivity at the ASEAN Secretariat in Jakarta on 30 September -1 October. The forum brought…
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Sustainable Infrastructure | 28 August 2019
ASEAN intensifies efforts in connectivity and sustainable infrastructure financing
BANGKOK, 27 August 2019 – The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand hosted the 10th ASEAN Connectivity Symposium in Bangkok today, bringing together over 140 participants, including ASEAN Connectivity Coordinating Committee Representatives, Sectoral Body Chairs or representatives, Dialogue Partners and other key stakeholders. Under the theme Connecting ASEAN through Financing…
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Sustainable Infrastructure | 10 June 2019
ASEAN identifies potential infrastructure projects
JAKARTA, 10 June 2019- ASEAN unveiled today the list of projects in the Initial Rolling Priority Pipeline of Potential ASEAN Infrastructure Projects (Initial Pipeline) under the Master Plan on ASEAN Connectivity 2025. The Initial Pipeline projects will complement and strengthen the existing economic and transport corridors by enhancing connectivity and…
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ASEAN Secretariat News | 21 November 2018
ASEAN promotes awareness of the Master Plan on ASEAN Connectivity (MPAC) 2025 to relevant CLMV agencies
SIEM REAP, 19 November 2018- In an effort to increase greater understanding and awareness of the Master Plan on ASEAN Connectivity (MPAC) 2025, the Cambodian government organised a workshop on the master plan in Siem Reap, on 19-20 November. Titled ASEAN Connectivity Workshop on Increasing Awareness of the Master Plan…
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Sustainable Infrastructure | 15 November 2018
ASEAN Sustainable Urbanisation Strategy (ASUS)
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…
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