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Syllabus of the Subject: East-West Economic Corridor (Myanmar-Thailand-Laos-Vietnam).

  1. Introduction to the East-West Economic Corridor;
  2. The Greater Mekong Subregion (Cambodia, China, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam) and the corridor;
  3. Main features of the East-West Economic Corridor (Myanmar-Thailand-Laos-Vietnam);
  4. The North-South Economic Corridor
    1. The three sub-corridors: western, central and eastern.
  5. The East-West Economic Corridor (Myanmar-Thailand-Laos-Vietnam) and the New Silk Road.

East-West Economic Corridor (Myanmar-Thailand-Laos-Vietnam)
East-West Economic Corridor (Myanmar-Thailand-Laos-Vietnam)

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East-West Economic Corridor (Myanmar-Thailand-Laos-Vietnam).

The East-West Economic Corridor (Myanmar-Thailand-Laos-Vietnam) was created in 1998 as an initiative of the Greater Mekong Subregion. Over the years, it has evolved from a transport corridor to an economic corridor (transport information networks, energy, products and people). All the countries in the corridor are members of the ASEAN. The ASEAN has a Free-Trade Area with China.

The 1,320-kilometer corridor connects the Andaman Sea (Myanmar) to the Indian Ocean and the South China Sea (Vietnam) by road.

The travel between Mawlamyirine Port (Myanmar) and Da Nang Port takes a few hours

Corridor path

  1. Myanmar (200 km), the corridor departs from the Port of Mawlamyirine (third largest Burmese city) and reaches Myawaddy
    1. Provinces: Mawlamyline and Myawaddy.
  2. Thailand (620 km) from Mae Sot to Mukdahan
    1. Provinces: Mukdahan, Kuchinarai, Kalasin, Khon Kaen, Phitsanulok, Mae Sot and Tak.
  3. Laos (229 km) from Khanthabouly to Dansavahn
    1. Provinces: Dansavanh and Savannakhet.
  4. Vietnam (271 km) from Lao Bao to Da Nang Port (in the South China Sea).
    1. Provinces: Da Nang, Dong Ha, Thua Thien Hue and Quang Tri.

The rest of the ASEAN Countries (Cambodia, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Philippines, Brunei) are not located directly in the area of influence of the East-West Economic Corridor (Myanmar-Thailand-Laos-Vietnam), but may obtain important advantages.

The East-West Economic Corridor (Myanmar-Thailand-Laos-Vietnam) links with the New Silk Road through China.

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Access to:
  1. Asia-Africa Growth Corridor;
  2. Nanning-Singapore Economic Corridor;
  3. Pan-Beibu Gulf Economic Zone;
  4. Bangladesh-China-India-Myanmar Economic Corridor;
  5. China-Mongolia-Russia Economic Corridor;
  6. Trans-Siberian Railway (Russia, Mongolia, China, North Korea);
  7. Access to Guangzhou - Shenzhen, the Greater Pearl River Delta, Hong Kong and Macau.

The North-South Economic Corridor consists of three routes along the north-south axis of the Greater Mekong Subregion:

  1. The western sub-corridor: Kunming (China) - Chiang Rai (Thailand) - Bangkok (Thailand) via Laos or Myanmar;
  2. The central sub-corridor: Kunming (People's Republic of China) - Hanoi (Vietnam) - Hai Phong (Vietnam) which connects to highway No. 1 which runs from the north to the south of Vietnam;
  3. The eastern sub-corridor: Nanning (China) - Hanoi (Vietnam) through the Youyi Pass or Fangchenggang (China) - Dongxing (China) - Mong Cai (Vietnam).

Asian regional economic communities related to the East-West Economic Corridor (Myanmar-Thailand-Laos-Vietnam).

  1. China is a member of:
    1. Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO);
    2. Organization for Cooperation between Railways (OSJD);
    3. Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation Programme (CAREC).
  2. Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)
    1. ASEAN Economic Community;
    2. ASEAN Free-Trade Area (AFTA);
    3. China-ASEAN Free-Trade Area;
    4. Mekong Economic Cooperation Strategy (ACMECS): Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam;
    5. Indonesia-Malaysia-Thailand Growth Triangle (IMT-GT): Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia;
    6. Mekong River Commission: Cambodia, Laos, Thailand and Vietnam.
  3. Bay of Bengal Initiative (BIMSTEC): Myanmar, Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Bhutan and Nepal;
  4. Greater Mekong Subregion: Cambodia, China, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam;
  5. Asia-Pacific Trade Agreement (APTA): Bangladesh, China, India, South Korea, Laos, Mongolia and Sri Lanka;
  6. Thailand is a member of the Indian-Ocean Rim Association (IORA);
  7. Myanmar is a member of the Asian Clearing Union (ACU);
  8. Vietnam is a member of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP);
  9. China, Thailand and Vietnam are members of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC).

Free Trade Agreements related to the Countries of the East-West Economic Corridor (Myanmar-Thailand-Laos-Vietnam)

  1. Chinese Free Trade Agreements (FTA): ASEAN, Singapore, Pakistan, New Zealand, Peru, Costa Rica, European Union, Andean Community...;
  2. ASEAN
    1. ASEAN Free Trade Agreements (FTA): China, Canada, Australia-New Zealand, India, European Union, South Korea, Russia, United States, Pakistan, Japan...;
    2. Thailand has Free Trade Agreements with India, the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), China, and New Zealand.

Major Asian institutions related to the East-West Economic Corridor (Myanmar-Thailand-Laos-Vietnam)

  1. Boao Forum for Asia;
  2. Asia Cooperation Dialogue (ACD);
  3. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP);
  4. Asian Development Bank (ADB);
  5. Colombo Plan.

Major Islamic institutions related to the corridor

  1. Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OCI);
  2. Islamic Development Bank (IsDB).

The main religions of the region of the East-West Economic Corridor (Myanmar-Thailand-Laos-Vietnam) are:

  1. Buddhism;
  2. Confucianism;
  3. Taoism.

The East-West Economic Corridor (Myanmar-Thailand-Laos-Vietnam) belongs to the:

  1. Sinic Economic Area;
  2. Buddhist Economic Area.

Related information:

  1. International North-South Transport Corridor;
  2. International Transport Corridor of the Ashgabat Agreement;
  3. Afghanistan-Turkmenistan-Azerbaijan-Georgia-Turkey Transport Corridor (Lapis Lazuli).

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