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2017 Progress Survey Report of Infrastructure Projects in CADP 2.0

2017 Progress Survey Report of Infrastructure Projects in CADP 2.0
31 July 2018
Takafumi Fujisawa, Kazuaki Yamamoto

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The Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA) submitted the Comprehensive Asia Development Plan 2.0 (CADP 2.0) to the East Asia Summit in 2015. CADP 2.0 updates the infrastructure projects from the first CADP, reformulates the conceptual framework for connectivity and innovation, and discusses the quality of infrastructure projects. It lists 761 East Asian infrastructure projects in a wide range of sectors – such as roads and bridges, railroads, ports, and electric power – which were surveyed in 2016–2017.

This study presents the progress of those infrastructure projects and summarises the trends and prospects obtained from the survey. The results reflect to some extent the political and economic situation in each country and the influence of its policies.

Full Report 





Project Members


List of Figures, Tables and Graphics

Chapter 1. Overview

Chapter 2. Progress in FY2017

Chapter 3. Highlighted Projects and Their Progress by Tier

Chapter 4. Status of Other Projects


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