The Joint Development Zone (JDZ) is generally established as a temporary solution for a specified period of time, without prejudice to subsequent delimitation, but it can be a permanent solution in place of a delimited boundary. Even where the border has been delimited, a JDZ may be created as part of the boundary settlement (Meese, 2004).
Most of the existing joint development zones therefore have been devised in order to deal one way or the other with the question of boundaries or competing claims of sovereignty and jurisdiction. In the case of existing boundaries such arrangements prevent the infringement of rights of either party which could otherwise be the result of exploitation from the opposite side (Lagoni 1988) …JDZ News
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