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This report includes analyses of national plans at sector levels, and regional investment priorities that were preliminarily identified in the energy sector. The primary objective is to update information on regional energy resources and to analyze the prospects for regional energy sector development, taking into account the progress of projects under the GMS Vientiane Plan of Action, 2008–2012, and the various national energy projects, especially those with important regional implications.
This report, prepared by the International Organization for Migration and funded by the Asian Development Bank, highlights issues on labor migration in the GMS and offers recommendations toward increasing social protection for migrants, strengthening capacity and legal framework, and enhancing knowledge management mechanisms.
This edition of the GMS E-News gives a summary of the concluded GMS events related to transport, power, and labor. It also features a special article on safe labor migration in the GMS and information on upcoming events.
The Atlas celebrates the peoples of the Greater Mekong Subregion, and presents the environmental and development challenges they face and their responses. It reminds us that the subregion’s peoples and communities are key to maintaining its environment.
This report briefly reviews the progress of the Greater Mekong Subregion (both the region and the program) and outlines some of the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.
This paper is a summary of the RPTCC-13 meeting held on November 27, which gives an update on the process of securing GMS members’ internal clearances for signing the MOU to establish the Regional Power Coordination Center.
This publication is a historical summary of progress made in energy cooperation in the Greater Mekong Subregion since the beginning of the economic cooperation program in 1992.
This collection of images illustrates the progress and challenges of 20 years of work in the Greater Mekong Subregion.
This book brings together studies highlighting deeper, structural challenges to trade facilitation in the Greater Mekong Subregion, including need for governance and bureaucratic reforms, trade competitiveness, and improved alignment of the regional corridors to trade flows.
This agriculture trade facilitation plan lays out systematic ways to increase movement and flow of agri-food products and their impacts on the Greater Mekong Subregion sector.