Towards A Better Understanding Of The Political Economy Of Regional Integration In The GMS: Stakeholder Coordination And Consultation For Subregional Trade Facilitation In China

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Executive Summary

To bring about mutual benefits and development in the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS), China has actively participated in the GMS Economic Cooperation Programme (GMS Programme) to promote social and economic development, which is supported by the Asian Development Bank. Achievements have been made in the areas of infrastructure improvement, mutual trade expansion, and increased flow of goods and experts. However, various problems and obstacles have appeared following the implementation of some of the regional initiatives.

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