Asia's Developing Future podcast

Unlocking new trade routes between Asia and Europe could deliver an inclusive recovery breakthrough

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Spanning from the People’s Republic of China through Central Asian countries along the Caspian Sea to Europe, the Trans-Caspian Corridor is an increasingly important channel for transportation and cross-border trade. In this podcast, ADBI’s Dina Azhgaliyeva, Yelena Kalyuzhnova of the University of Reading, and Richard Pomfret of the University of Adelaide describe how improved infrastructure development within the corridor could drive post-COVID-19 trade and inclusive economic opportunities. They also explain how this could be achieved. The discussion draws upon the new ADBI Press book Unlocking Transport Connectivity in the Trans-Caspian Corridor which they coauthored. Read the transcript https://adbi.me/3nzF6bF Download the book for free https://adbi.me/3aUPaX9

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