The 6th GMS Summit of Leaders adopted the Regional Investment Framework 2022 in Ha Noi, Viet Nam on 31 March 2018. This medium-term pipeline of priority projects consolidates and expands the earlier Regional Investment Framework 2013-2022.

The rolling pipeline comprises more than 200 investment and technical assistance projects, which will require more than $60 billion in financing.

The Greater Mekong Subregion Program supports the implementation of high-priority projects in agriculture, energy, environment, health and human resource development, information and communication technology, tourism, transport, transport and trade facilitation, and urban development. It has been using economic corridors to promote economic growth and development.

Note: Information about proposed projects is tentative and indicative.


Construction of the Sino–Vietnamese Detian–Ban Gioc Waterfalls International Tourism Cooperation Zone
Status
Active

Study on Dry Port Development Plan along International Railway Lines Connecting Thailand with Cambodia, the Lao PDR, and Myanmar
Status
Active

Joint PRC–Viet Nam Cross-Border Economic Zones (CBEZs)
Status
Active

Lao– Myanmar Friendship Bridge over the Mekong River at Xiengkok–Kainglap
  
Myanmar
Status
Active

Low-Carbon Freight Corridors
Status
Active

Link Road between NR-5 and NR-6 near Kampong Tralach north of Phnom Penh
  
Cambodia
Status
Future
Approval Date
January 1, 2019

GMS Ha Noi–Lang Son Expressway
  
Viet Nam
Status
Active
Approval Date
January 1, 2016

GMS Tourism Infrastructure for Inclusive Growth II
Status
Active

Lao PDR–Viet Nam Power Transmission Interconnection (Hatxan–Pleiku)
Status
Active

Capacity Building for Cross-Border Economic Zones (CBEZ)
Status
Active

Bang Yai–Kanchanaburi Intercity Motorway (part of the Laem Chabang–Bangkok–Dawei (Myanmar) Corridor
  
Thailand
Status
Active
Approval Date
July 14, 2015

Core Environment Program and Biodiversity Conservation Corridor Initiative Phase II Regional Technical Assistance – Additional Funding
Status
Active

Second GMS Southern Coastal Corridor
  
Viet Nam
Status
Future