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국문초록
Preface

The economic development of South East Asian regions is expected to be steadily progressed in the future. In this reason, timely development of logistics infrastructure is considered to be essential to support sustainable economic development. It is why importance of the dry port has been recognized in Myanmar, Lao People’s Democratic Republic and Cambodia where potential economic growth will be promised. Demand for dry port development is expected to grow with Asian Highway and Trans Asia Railway projects led by the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UN-ESCAP).

Since its establishment in 1986, the Korea Transport Institute (KOTI), the nation’s prominent think tank in transport and logistics in Korea, has been conducting numerous studies, including national transportation and logistics master plans for both nationwide and metropolitan areas. Recently it has focused on conducting global transportation and logistics research projects in order to contribute its competences to developing countries.

In this context, KOTI suggested collaborative research on legal and institutional framework for dry port development with the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies (EASTS) based on year-long cooperation between two institutes. Utilizing EAST’s extensive regional expert network, three countries in South East Asia - Myanmar, Lao People’s Democratic Republic and Cambodia were selected for case studies. Due to differentiation in legal and institutional development of each country, it is barely possible to secure detailed legal and institutional contents from each country in South East Asia. Nevertheless, it is regarded to be worthwhile observing the current situations of each country as a meaningful foundation for future cooperation. We hope this report to be used as a basic reference for further studies in the South East Asia region.

Finally, we sincerely appreciate the works of Dr. Naohisa Okamoto, a professor at University of Tsukuba and secretary general of EASTS and Dr. Choongyeol Ye at KOTI for coordinating this cooperative research and contributing in preparing this report.
영문초록
Preface

The economic development of South East Asian regions is expected to be steadily progressed in the future. In this reason, timely development of logistics infrastructure is considered to be essential to support sustainable economic development. It is why importance of the dry port has been recognized in Myanmar, Lao People’s Democratic Republic and Cambodia where potential economic growth will be promised. Demand for dry port development is expected to grow with Asian Highway and Trans Asia Railway projects led by the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UN-ESCAP).

Since its establishment in 1986, the Korea Transport Institute (KOTI), the nation’s prominent think tank in transport and logistics in Korea, has been conducting numerous studies, including national transportation and logistics master plans for both nationwide and metropolitan areas. Recently it has focused on conducting global transportation and logistics research projects in order to contribute its competences to developing countries.

In this context, KOTI suggested collaborative research on legal and institutional framework for dry port development with the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies (EASTS) based on year-long cooperation between two institutes. Utilizing EAST’s extensive regional expert network, three countries in South East Asia - Myanmar, Lao People’s Democratic Republic and Cambodia were selected for case studies. Due to differentiation in legal and institutional development of each country, it is barely possible to secure detailed legal and institutional contents from each country in South East Asia. Nevertheless, it is regarded to be worthwhile observing the current situations of each country as a meaningful foundation for future cooperation. We hope this report to be used as a basic reference for further studies in the South East Asia region.

Finally, we sincerely appreciate the works of Dr. Naohisa Okamoto, a professor at University of Tsukuba and secretary general of EASTS and Dr. Choongyeol Ye at KOTI for coordinating this cooperative research and contributing in preparing this report.

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Preface 3
Contents 4
Table 6
Figure 7

Chapter 1 Introduction and Overview 10

Chapter 2 Status and Plans of Dry Port Development in Cambodia 23
2.1 General Information 25
2.2 Logistics Infrastructure and Key Issues in Logistics Sector 29
2.3 Government Institutions for logistics sector 36
2.4 Institutional and Legal Framework 38
2.5 Existing Institutional and Legal Framework for Dry Port Development 39
2.6 National Plan for Development of Logistics Hub for Multi-Modal Transport 41
2.7 National strategies and plans for development of economic corridors and international gateways 45
2.8 Financing the Development of logistics infrastructures 46
2.9 Laws and Regulation for Development of Logistics Infrastructures 47
2.10 Diagnosis on Current System for Developing Logistics Infrastructures 48
2.11 Conclusion and Suggestion 51

Chapter 3 Status and Importance of Dry Port Development in Land-Locked Lao PDR 54
3.1 General Information 56
3.2 Logistics Status in Lao PDR 58
3.3 Government Organization 61
3.4 Institutional and Legal Framework 63
3.5 Development Plan for Dry Ports 65
3.6 Strategies and plans regarding ASEAN Highway and Trans Asia Railway 68
3.7 Development process of logistics infrastructures: administration and financing process 70
3.8 Case Study: Savan Logistics Dry port 70
3.9 Laws and regulation for development of logistics infrastructure 71
3.10 Diagnosis on Current System for Developing Logistics Infrastructure 75
3.11 Legal loopholes or subjects of improvement in developing logistics infrastructures 78
3.12 Conclusions and Suggestions 79

Chapter 4 Issues and Challenges of Dry Port Development in Myanmar 82
4.1 General Information 84
4.2 Issues in the Field of Logistics 85
4.3 Government organization 90
4.4 Institutional and Legal Framework 90
4.5 Diagnosis on Current System for Developing Logistics Infrastructures 94
4.6 Conclusion and Suggestions 96

Chapter 5 Logistics Issues and Regional Dry Port Development in Japan 100
5.1 General Information 102
5.2 Issues of Logistics in Japan 103
5.3 Japanese Government Organizations related to Logistics 105
5.4 Legislation and Policy 108
5.5 Case Studies 114
5.6 Challenges and Conclusions 119

Chapter 6 Legal and Institutional Framework of Dry Port Development in Korea 122
6.1 Introduction 124
6.2 Dry Port Development in Korea 126
6.3 The Process of Dry Port Development 130
6.4 Case Study: Uiwang ICD 131
6.5 Legal and Institutional System for Developing a Dry Port in Korea 135
6.6 Conclusion and Suggestion 147

Reference 149

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