The leaderrs of BIMP-EAGA and IMT-GT members endorsed the accelerated implementation of subregional infrastructure projects to support regional economic recovery after the 2007 crisis through increased trade and investment. With ADB assistance, senior officials have identified twelve high priority projects for BIMP-EAGA (totaling almost $1 billion), and eight for IMT-GT were identified ($2.2 billion). BIMP-EAGA leaders and IMT-GT ministers endorsed in October 2009 these priority infrastructure investments including public-private partnerships (PPPs) modality to implement them and the subsequent establishment of a subregional project development facility (PDF). (PDF). The Implementation Blueprints for the projects were subsequently endorsed at the 6th IMT-GT Summit and 8th BIMP-EAGA Summit on 4 April 2012.
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