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Over the past fifty years, infrastructure networks have grown more rapidly in the Asia and the Pacific than in any other region in the world. Significant progress has been made in linking major production and consumption centres with roads, railways, airports and seaports. At the same time, governments have put a lot of effort in upgrading and improving the quality of those networks, with the region now boasting world class highways and high-speed railway systems, as well as some of the busiest ports and aviation hubs in the world.

Sustainable Development Goals:
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