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한반도 기반시설 개발의 기본구상 연구(I)(Basic design of infrastructure development in the Korean peninsula (I))

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Title 한반도 기반시설 개발의 기본구상 연구(I)(Basic design of infrastructure development in the Korean peninsula (I))
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경기도:국토연구원

Date 2006-12
Series Title; No 국토연 / 2006-43
ISBN 89-8182-068-6
Pages 208
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
File Type Link
Original Format pdf
Subject Territorial Development < National Land Development
Holding 국토연구원

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This study deals with physical infrastructure development in North Korea. Infrastructure, defined to include only transportation, energy and telecommunication in tis study, is generally understood as a necessary item to support economic development. However, infrastructure development in North Korea has specials meanings. First, it constitutes necessary, when one considers the nature of so-called 'North Korean
problem,' which is already global in its character. Given the fact that China's influence is growing in North Korea, inter-Korean approach does have a danger of continued division of the Korean peninsula in a different form. It is therefore much desired to establish a multilateral cooperation framework, in which concerned parties develop and share a common vision for the Korean peninsula. an important prerequisite for the recovery of the North Korean economy. Second, it is critical to achieving a geo-economic integration of South and North Korea. Third, it is essential for securing the locational advantage of the Korean peninsula. Finally, it plays a catalyst role in facilitating region-wide infrastructure networks in Northeast Asia. In order to fully realize the above meanings of infrastructure development and to reflect security and economic uncertainties surrounding the Korean peninsula, this study proposes a multilateral approach instead of inter-Korean approach to design and develop infrastructure facilities in North Korea. Such a shift in approach is The need for multilateral cooperation in infrastructure development in North Korea is also justified on the ground that immediate demands for infrastructure except for energy facilities stem primarily from bilateral exchanges. Identifying the demand for transport infrastructure arising from bilateral exchanges and providing necessary facilities are therefore very important for the Korean peninsula to function as a role of bridge in Northeast Asia's trade network. Providing such infrastructure will not only help relieve infrastructure shortages in North Korea but also help facilitate building infrastructure networks in Northeast Asia such as rail, road, electricity lines, oil and gas pipelines. (The rest is omitted.)

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