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2. This not true where a change of transporter is mandatory at the border, which is often the case in south Asia. 3. See, for example, Teravaninthorn and Raballand (2008). 4. For a detailed analysis of such schemes, see Teravaninthorn and Raballand (2008). 5. Arnold (2005). 6. The following distribution of truck price is derived from the following parameters: Potential truck use of 6,000 km and 9,000 km with corridor improvement, fixed costs of US$4,000 per month, and variable costs of US$0.60 per kilometer.

The Cost of Being Landlocked  

This book proposes a new analytical framework to interpret and model the constraints faced by logistics chains in landlocked countries. The...

The Cost of Being Landlocked  

This book proposes a new analytical framework to interpret and model the constraints faced by logistics chains in landlocked countries. The...