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1 The Almaty Program of Action and the World Bank Group 2003-2013 Marc Juhel Sector Manager, Transport Transport, Water and Information and Communication Technology Department The World Bank

2 2 Outline Strategy Coherence and Consistency Trade Trends in Landlocked Developing Countries since the Adoption of APoA Logistics Performance Index The Access Problem and the Transit Corridors: A Conceptual Framework World Bank Almaty Lending Support

3 3 Strategy Coherence and Consistency APoA Aims (a) secure access to and from the sea by all means of transport according to applicable rules of international law; (b) reduce costs and improve services so as to increase the competitiveness of their exports; (c) reduce the delivered costs of imports; (d) address problems of delays and uncertainties in trade routes; (e) develop adequate national networks; (f) reduce loss, damage and deterioration en route; (g) open the way for export expansion; (h) improve safety of road transport and security of people along the corridors. WB Transport Strategy Strategic directions 1. Create the conditions for increased support for transport investment and governance 2. Deepen engagement in the roads and highways subsector 3. Increase engagement in the urban transport subsector 4. Diversify engagement in transport for trade - support public and private infrastructure investment to overcome physical or quality bottlenecks in transport so as to enable regional and international trade in goods and services - increased attention to transport services - develop the institutional capacity to implement transport and logistics strategies - corridor approaches used in designing the strategies for major trade routes 5. Transport and climate change: control emissions and mitigate impact WB Trade Strategy Priority areas 1. Trade Competitiveness and Diversification - trade policy ; trade in services as a new means to access international best practices and expand exports; and the design and implementation of specific actions to address market and information failures 2. Trade Facilitation, Transport Logistics and Trade Finance - to reduce the costs associated with moving goods along international supply chains, whether these are measured in terms of time, money, or reliability - to enhance the performance of trade corridors used by land-linked developing countries, especially in Africa 3. Support for Market Access and International Trade Cooperation 4:Managing Shocks and Promoting Greater Inclusion

4 4 Trade Trends in Landlocked Developing Countries since the Adoption of APoA Average per capita income increase * 31 Landlocked countries: 3.8% per year Global average : 1.5% per year Average growth rate increase * All low income countries: 3.1 % per year 27 Transit countries: 3.4% per year *since 2000

5 5 Trade Trends in Landlocked Developing Countries since the Adoption of APoA Export value of merchandise Landlocked countries: 7-fold *(21.1% per year) Central Asian countries 8 -fold* Sub-Saharan countries 4 -fold* Transit countries : 6-fold* (18.3 % per year) Export value of global merchandise: 3-fold * (10.8% per year) Export share in total trade of LLDCs 47 % in 2000 55 % in 2011 *since 2000

6 6 Logistics Performance Index by Income Group Income group200720102012ChangeGrowth (%) High income - OECD3.73 3.69-0.04 High income - non OECD3.253.24 0.010 Upper middle income2.662.802.830.176 Lower middle income2.472.592.610.146 Low income2.262.43 0.178 Landlocked developing countries 2.182.452.460.2813 Transit coastal countries2.652.792.840.197 World2.742.872.860.124

7 7 Logistics Performance Index of Coastal and Landlocked Countries Region Regional average Landlocked countries Coastal countries Coastal advantage over landlocked (%) 20072012200720122007201220072012 Worldn. a. 2.442.652.832.921610 Sub-Saharan Africa 2.352.472.232.442.402.4982 East Asia and Pacific 2.582.782.172.382.652.852220 Latin America and the Caribbean 2.572.682.442.562.582.7065 South Asia2.302.531.842.272.642.694319

8 8 Logistics Performance Index in Regions with Poorly Performing LLDCs Sub-Saharan AfricaCentral AsiaSouth Asia Background data LandlockedCoastalLandlocked Coastal 2007201220072012200720122007201220072012 Overall LPI2.232.442.402.492.142.581.842.272.642.69 Selected LPI components: Logistics competence 2.212.352.382.462.112.521.842.222.692.71 Infrastructure1.922.262.202.281.982.431.612.042.422.45 Customs2.082.292.272.301.992.561.692.242.342.49

9 9 The Access Problem and the Transit Corridors: A Conceptual Framework

10 10 World Bank Almaty Lending Support

11 11 World Bank Almaty Lending by Geographical Location

12 12 World Bank Regional Integration and Trade Facilitation Projects

13 Questions / Thank you / Merci Marc Juhel E-mail: mjuhel@worldbank.orgmjuhel@worldbank.org www.worldbank.org/transport


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