A Quantitative Analysis Of Factors Influencing Connectivity's Of India And Southeast Asia: Ties That Bind

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Dr. Konthoujam Sarda


There can be no talk of regional economic integration without mentioning the necessity of interconnectivity. In the lack of proper connectivity, Asia's recent enormous prospects and prosperity may come to an end at its international boundaries. As a result, the article intends to examine all of the corridors that link India with Southeast Asian nations. Here we look at India's connectivity corridors, as a quick assessment of their inception. This study focuses on the influence of regional economic growth on the national economy and the economic development of the related regions. Second, it aims to identify the factors that may influence the amount of freight moving through the economic corridor. According to the study's findings, freight volume is favourably correlated with GDP and road density. Having these corridors up and running will allow the linked area to gain greater economic advantages than those nations that are not connected.

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