Transport Prices and Costs in Africa: A Review of the Main International Corridors

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Transport prices for most African landlocked countries range from 15 to 20 percent of import costs. This is approximately two to three times more than in most developed countries. It is well known that weak infrastructure can account for low trade performance. Thus, it becomes necessary to understand what types of regional transport services operate in landlocked African nations and it is critical to identify the regulation disparities and provision anomalies that hurt infrastructure efficiency, even when the physical ...

Transport Prices and Costs in Africa: A Review of the Main International Corridors 2008, World Bank Publications, Washington, DC

ISBN-13: 9780821376508

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