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The creation and operations of international rail, road and sea routes, co-ordinated to transport cargo long distances, usually international and designed to benefit all participating countries. For example, the Trans-Caspian International Transport Route (TITR), also known as the Middle Corridor; and the European Union’s Ten-T network.

An area where one or more modes of transport operate and share a common course and specifics of freight transportation. Transport corridors can generate wider economic benefits and costs through their effects on a potentially diverse set of development outcomes, such as economic growth, poverty, jobs, equity, environmental quality, and economic resilience.


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PortSEurope offers an English-language daily coverage from over 200 ports in the Mediterranean, Black and Caspian Seas as well as a fully indexed and easily searchable database with more than 15,000 articles.

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PortSEurope offers an English-language daily coverage from over 200 ports in the Mediterranean, Black and Caspian Seas as well as a fully indexed and easily searchable database with more than 15,000 articles.

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