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Comparative infrastructure development assessment of the Kingdom of Thailand and the Republic of Korea

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Frame of Image ure development assessment of both countries. The research aims to analyze and assess the historical progress and current status of infrastructure development, specifically in transport, energy and water sectors. It generates some substantial recommendations to help Thailand and other Asian developing countries to establish their own strategies on infrastructure development. Its spatial scope includes primarily Territory of Republic of Korea and the Kingdom of Thailand. And it can reach to more countries in Southeast and Eastern Asia as well. The basic year of the study is 2011. Its findings are expected to influence on ‘the 11th National Development Plan, 2012-2016’ of Thai government.
1. Infrastructure Development in Korea
Coming out of the ashes of the Korean War, the country has made significant progress in terms of both economic growth as well as infrastructure development since the early 1960s. The private sector, especially the large industrial-financial conglomerates, made a contribution but with government support. The blue print for growth from 1962-1996 was provided by seven five-year plans, first (1962-1966) to the Seventh (1992-1996). The period from 1997-2003 was characterized by the Asian financial crisis, response and adjustment to the crisis through stabilization and deep and far reaching reform measures, recovery and resumption of growth. Formal five-year plans were set aside for dealing with the crisis and opening up of the economy and the market. However,


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Title Comparative infrastructure development assessment of the Kingdom of Thailand and the Republic of Korea
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Korea Eximbank

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Seoul:Korea Eximbank

Date 2012-06
Series Title; No Knowledge Sharing Program; Joint consulting projects with ADB
Pages 132
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Thailand(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Industry and Technology < Energy
Territorial Development < Transport/Logistics
Holding Korea Eximbank
Recipient Country Thailand(Asia and Pacific)
Donor Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Supervisor Korea Eximbank
Organizer Korea Eximbank
Sponsor Ministry of Strategy and Finance
Project Term 2011-01-01 ~ 2011-12-31

Abstract

Asian Development Bank and Thai government agreed with a Technical Assistance Project for performance assessment on infrastructure development. As part of this project, Korea which shows better performance in terms of infrastructure development than Thailand conducts comparative infrastructure development assessment of both countries. The research aims to analyze and assess the historical progress and current status of infrastructure development, specifically in transport, energy and water sectors. It generates some substantial recommendations to help Thailand and other Asian developing countries to establish their own strategies on infrastructure development. Its spatial scope includes primarily Territory of Republic of Korea and the Kingdom of Thailand. And it can reach to more countries in Southeast and Eastern Asia as well. The basic year of the study is 2011. Its findings are expected to influence on ‘the 11th National Development Plan, 2012-2016’ of Thai government. (The rest omitted)

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