PARIS-BERLIN-VIENNA PRODUCTIVITY TRIANGLE

PARIS-BERLIN-VIENNA PRODUCTIVITY TRIANGLE

There has been suggestions to integrate Eurasia to technological base through Integrated infrastructural projects with high-speed railways, highways and waterways and computerized railway stations, were to constitute the transportation arteries of these 100-meter-wide corridors along which the most modern technologies and industries could be brought into Eurasia. (The Schiller institute U.S.A 2001).

The globally integrated and effective railway system could drive the economic development through infrastructure lines for example through:

Line A - the northern route, going from Europe to Vladivostok and China through Trans-Siberian Railroad and/or through

Line B - the central route, going from Europe through Ukraine, Kazakhstan to China and/or through

Line C - the southern route, going from Europe to Turkey, Iran,  Kazakhstan to China. (The Schiller institute 2001).

Presentation of the “Paris-Berlin-Vienna Productivity Triangle” implemented through so called development corridors were to radiate out from Berlin to Warsaw and St. Petersburg via Prague and Kiev to Moscow and through the Balkans to Istanbul. Integrated infrastructural projects along which the most modern technologies and industries could be brought into Eurasia. (LaRoche proposal, The Schiller Institute, Presentation to the Russian State Duma’s Economics Committee by Helga Zepp-LaRoche 29.6.2001 in Moscow).