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Development of the Central Asia road transport and transit potential for the period up to 2023. The Key role of road transport to promote trade and ensure economic growth Dushanbe, 18 September 2013. Martin MARMY, Secretary General Emeritus. The Dushanbe Conference organisers.

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development of the central asia road transport and transit potential for the period up to 2023

Development of the Central Asia road transport and transit potential for the period up to 2023

The Key role of road transport to promote trade

and ensure economic growth

Dushanbe, 18 September 2013

Martin MARMY,Secretary General Emeritus

global evolution of commercial vehicle toxic emmissions
Global Evolution of Commercial Vehicle Toxic Emmissions

- 88%

- 95%

- 97%

- 98%

Source: IRU based on EU Commission 2008, US Environmental Protection Agency 2010, Japan Ministry of the Environment 2005

slide4

Evolution of IRU Membership

2013: 170 Members in 74 countries

2013: 170 Members in 74 countries

1948: eight founder countries

…and 26 CRIPA Members in 22 countries

what is globalisation

What does it take to have a cup of coffee in a café?

What is Globalisation?

The combined efforts of 29 companies in 18 countries

Road Transport has become a vital production tool!

Source: IRU

supply chain of the globalised economy
Supply Chain of the globalised economy

If some countries are landlocked to sea transport,

No country is landlocked to road transport!

Source: IRU

slide7

Evolution of sea containersin ports

2010

Evolution of Global Container Volumes

Evolution of Global Container Volumes

Evolution of Global Container Volumes

Evolution of Global Container Volumes

Evolution of Global Container Volumes

daily telecommunications activities
Daily telecommunications activities

Telecommunications gap corresponds to the regions that have not been interconnected to global trade

Source: Centre for Strategic International Studies (CSIS), Washington, DC

slide9

Ancient Silk Road

If the Silk Road was the main trade artery 2000 years ago, why not today?

slide10

Support of International Organisations

for Road Transport and Trade Facilitation

comparison of economic return from different types of infrastructure
Comparison of economic return from different types of infrastructure

World Bank supported infrastructure projects

Source: The World Bank

slide12

IRU New Eurasian Land Transport Initiative – NELTI

Launched in September 2008

Scientific analysis of 200’000 border crossing points by commercial road transport on the main trade arteries of theEurasiancountries

4 phases

Realised in cooperation with the ADB, ECO, LAS and IDB

NELTI main results: Problems are Procedural!

57% of time lost at border crossings!

Illegal payments account for 30% of additional costs!

Lack of ancillary roadside infrastructure

key aspects of the model highway initiative mhi
Key aspects of theModel Highway Initiative (MHI)
  • Institutional reforms to effectively implement the UN trade facilitation instruments
  • Creation of support and ancillary infrastructure
  • Implementation of best practices
  • Establishment of a multilateral investment fund
slide14

Preparation of Almaty Plus Ten

Programme of Action

Participation of the IRU jointly with UN ECE in the revision

process of Almaty Programme of Action

(Laos, 2013)

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