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Directions in development (Washington, D.C.). Countries and regions.
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Context Objectives of the report Scope and methodology Key data sources Structure of the report Demand for waterborne and multimodal transport Size and historical growth patterns of IWT and coastal shipping Growth projections for IWT and coastal shipping Commodity tonnage and tonnage distribution by mode Inland and coastal shipping lengths of haul Main freight flows Regional routes and modal competition Primary intra- and interregional corridors Red River delta region Mekong delta Coastal shipping Corridor 1: Hanoi, Haiphong, Quang Ninh Corridor 2: Quang Ninh, Ninh Binh Corridor 3: Hanoi, Ninh Binh Corridor 1: HCMC northwest Corridor 3: HCMC southwest Container transport in the Mekong delta IWT market structure Shipping companies Coastal shipping Shipping volumes Container flows Containerized cargo (domestic cargo) Ccontainerized cargo (feeder cargo) Sea-river transport Market structure for coastal shipping Vinalines Competitive position of IWT and coastal shipping Competitive position of IWT Competitive position of coastal shipping Supply chains and logistics costs in Vietnam Conclusions on demand Supply-side considerations: waterways, ports, and fleet Institutional framework for the waterway and port sectors Waterway infrastructure Northern waterways Southern waterways Central region waterways Technical classification of the waterways Planned investments in waterways The IWT master plan for 2020 Major channel projects Ports River ports Planned investments in river ports Seaports Fleet Fleet of river-going vessels Fleet of sea-going vessels Fleet of sea-river vessels Modernization of IWT fleet Conclusions on waterways, ports, and fleet Modal differences in fuel efficiency and GHG emissions Relative carbon intensity among transport modes Main challenges and recommendations Planning Institutional/regulatory environment Phsical bottlenecks Lack of IWT hinders market development Financing Strategy and action plan Estimated impact of public sector interventions in IWT and coastal shipping Translating the IWT/coastal shipping strategy into tangible interventions Methodology: translating interventions into impacts Modal shift and emissions impact of the proposed interventions CBA results References Appendix A: list of stakeholders interviewed Appendix B: major waterway routes in the north and south Appendix C: general considerations on DWT capacity increases in the national IWT fleet Appendix D: cargo data and modal split model Cargo flows for northern provinces: road transport in tons per day Cargo flows for northern provinces: iwt in tons per day Cargo flows for southern provinces: road transport in tons per day Cargo flows for southern provinces: IWT in tons per day Appendix E: detailed description of proposed interventions Appendix F: detailed impacts of proposed interventions.
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Print version: Blancas, Luis C. Facilitating trade through competitive, low-carbon transport : the case for Vietnam's inland and coastal waterways. Washington, District of Columbia : The World Bank,  xx, 195 pages Directions in development. Countries and regions