By William Byrd, Martin Raiser, Anton Dobronogov, Alexander Kitain
This paper explores how you can unencumber the potential of local improvement and monetary cooperation within the wider primary Asia sector. It argues that realizing serious clusters of interrelated matters, and explicitly considering geopolitical and political economic climate concerns, are key during this regard. local nations and different stakeholders may still specialise in a couple of components the place there are genuine customers for fulfillment within the brief run; a mixture of modest—win-win—initiatives and in a few cases—bold strokes—that increase and alter the distribution of advantages and as a result make cooperation prone to convey development.
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This dried up the lake, causing serious economic losses and environmental damage. On the other hand, Afghanistan’s major water storage facility on the Helmand River, the Kajakai Dam and associated lake, have suffered from destruction and lack of maintenance during the long period of conflict, and much of the irrigation system is only partly functional. Thus rehabilitation of this system is of high priority for Afghanistan. Over the longer term, Afghanistan would most probably expect to make new water conservancy investments in the Helmand basin.
At the same time, other countries in the region depend to a greater or lesser extent on waters ﬂowing from Afghanistan and obviously have a stake in future water utilization. There is major scope for more efﬁcient utilization of water in all of the countries in the region. As emphasized earlier in this chapter, water issues are potentially closely interlinked with other major regional issues like narcotics and people movements, as well as (on account of hydropower) energy development and trade.
Speciﬁc recommendations for the short run include the following: ■ Create a performance measurement system for border stations and transit corridors, so that progress in improving their performance can be transparently assessed, with feedback about problems so that they can be addressed. ■ Harmonize primary legislation for customs as well as documentation requirements in each country in line with Kyoto Convention and the WTO. ■ Improve coordination between border enforcement agencies at the national level, for example, through the creation of a National Trade Facilitation Council.