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Sectoral energy demand in Viet Nam
(United Nations, 1992)
<p>The activity on sectoral energy demand studies, in which eight countries of the ESCAP region participated, was launched in 1987. The first phase of the activity was completed in 1990. Viet Nam joined the activity as one ...
Sectoral energy demand in Maldives
(United Nations, 1989-11)
<p>Maldives is one of the eight participating countries of the UNDP/ESCAP Regional Energy Development Programme (REDP) Sub-activity P-1.1, Sectoral Energy Demand Studies. The participating countries are China, India, ...
Sectoral energy demand in Lao Poeple's Democratic Republic
(United Nations, 1992)
<p>The activity on sectoral energy demand studies in which eight countries of the ESCAP region participated, was launched in 1987. The first phase of the activity was completed in 1990. The Lao People’s Democratic ...
Sectoral energy demand in China
(United Nations, 1989)
Government of The People's Republic of China in cooperation with The Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific, The United Nations Development Programme, The Government of France. RAS/86/136
The development of freight forwarding in the ESCAP region
(United Nations, 1995)
<p>In the area of transport logistics and management, freight forwarding plays a very useful role in promoting the commercial and economic development of the developing countries of the region. Despite this important role, ...
Sectoral energy demand in Nepal
Evaluation of infrastructural interventions for rural poverty alleviation
(United Nations, 1999)
This study, undertaken by ESCAP in collaboration with the Asian Institute of Transport Development and with the financial support of UNDP, is an extension of ESCAP's work towards reducing poverty and coping with globalization. ...
Development of the Trans-Asian Railway : Trans-Asian Railway in the North-South corridor, Northern Europe to the Persian Gulf
(United Nations, 2001)
This study identifies: (a) all feasible rail and land-cum-sea routes forming part of a network of routes connecting Northern Europe with the Persian Gulf through the Caucasus region, Central Asia and/or the Caspian sea; ...
A review of regional and sub-regional agreements on land transport routes : issues and alternative frameworks
(United Nations, 2000)
The review directs attention to some experiences in Asia and other regions with respect to the development of international land transport routes, and to highlight the need of developing ESCAP Agreements on Asian Highway ...
Study on the role of informal paratransit in the socio-economic development of urban areas
(United Nations, 1987)
<p>Conventional planning for metropolitan transport system has usually come up with proposals for urban railways and extensive highway networks, although the emphasis varied from one city to another. It has, however, been ...