Global Value Chains along the New Silk Road
Paul Vandenberg and
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Paul Vandenberg: Asian Development Bank Institute
Khan Kikkawa: Asian Development Bank Institute
No 2015-2, ADBI Policy Briefs from Asian Development Bank Institute
Providing a passageway for goods between east and west, however, cannot be its main goal. It needs to attract investment to diversify its economies from petroleum and other natural resources. Other parts of Asia have developed by linking with global value chains. This may be an option for Central Asia, but it must overcome some serious barriers to make that a reality.
Keywords: global value chains; new silk road; central asia economic opportunities; economic corridors (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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