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FSI CC 2017-17: ASEAN-India: Forging Physical Connectivity

Connectivity is essential to bring about regional integration, as well as to promote trade through the seamless flow of goods and services. With various connectivity projects underway, it is clear that both ASEAN and India are committed and eager to realize the immense economic potential brought about by enhanced physical linkages.

Foreign Service Institute
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Villaruel, Jemimah Joanne, C.; ASEAN connectivity; Ho Van Chien fast moving consumer goods; supply chain; logistics performance index; Services for the aged--Thailand; US-PH bilateral relations: US-PH trade ; infrastructure funding; ASEAN-India relations;
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