All across the region, people are looking forward to new road and rail links working together efficiently, along with upgraded or new seaports and airports that will spur trade and economic development. Everyone agrees better infrastructure will help close development gaps, creating economic activity along the newly established routes and also strengthening countries’ competitiveness.
DR SUTAPA AMORNVIVAT
However, this does not mean that everyone can sit back and watch the money roll in. Over the next five years and beyond, the transformation of the competitive landscape will force companies to adapt to changes. Only those that can anticipate new conditions and execute better tactics in response will flourish.
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