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タイトル: Development of Border Economic Zones in Thailand: Expansion of Border Trade and Formation of Border Economic Zones
著者: Tsuneishi, Takao
恒石, 隆雄
キーワード: Migrant worker
Border trade
Border economic zone
ACMECS (Ayeyawady-Chao Phraya-Mekong Economic Cooperation Strategy)
Contract farming
CBTA (Cross Border Transport Agreement)
Economic corridor
Thailand
International economic relations
International trade
Migrant labor
移住労働者
国境貿易
国境経済圏
エーヤーワディ・チャオプラヤー・メコン経済協力戦略
委託農業
越境交通協定
経済回廊
タイ
国際経済
貿易
労働移動
外国人労働者
Issue Date: May-2008
出版者: Institute of Developing Economies, JETRO
引用: IDE Discussion Paper. No. 153. 2008.5
抄録: In the wake of economic globalization and development in Thailand, movement of people and commodities at the Thai borders is also becoming pronounced. Economic interdependence between Thailand and neighboring countries is growing through border customhouses. As a policy, Thailand is trying to stimulate trade and investment with neighboring countries following the ACMECS (Ayeyawady-Chao Phraya-Mekong Economic Cooperation Strategy) scheme. In this report, first, movement of people and goods at the borders will be examined. Second, clarification of where and how development is proceeding will be presented. Last, this study will attempt to review the perspectives of policies on neighboring countries after Thaksin.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2344/766
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