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Colombia - The Fifth Small- and Medium-Scale Enterprise Project, the Public Sector Reform Loan Project, the Industrial Restructuring and Development Project, and the IFI Restructuring and Divestiture Project (English)

The Small- and Medium-Scale Enterprise Project (SMV-V) outcome is rated moderately satisfactory, sustainability is rated likely, and both World Bank and Borrower performances are rated satisfactory. ... See More +

Project Performance Assessment Report 23392 DEC 19, 2001

Disclosed

Colombia - Public Sector Reform Loan Project (English)

Brief 141500 JAN 01, 1997

Disclosed

Colombia - Public Sector Reform Loan Project (English)

Ratings for the Public Sector Reform Loan Project for Colombia were as follows: outcomes were highly satisfactory, project sustainability was likely, Bank performance was highly satisfactory, and Borrower performance was also a highly satisfactory. ... See More +

Implementation Completion and Results Report 14882 JUL 24, 1995

Disclosed

Conformed Copy - L3278 - Public Sector Reform Loan - Japanese Grant Agreement (English)

Grant or Trust Fund Agreement MAR 16, 1992

Legal Dept of World Bank Disclosed

Conformed Copy - L3278 - Public Sector Reform Loan - Amendment (English)

Agreement FEB 20, 1992

Legal Dept of World Bank Disclosed

Conformed Copy - L3278 - Public Sector Reform Loan - Loan Agreement (English)

Loan Agreement DEC 28, 1990

Legal Dept of World Bank Disclosed

Colombia - Public Sector Reform Loan Project (English)

The Public Sector Reform Loan will support a program of reform in the sector aimed at achieving two basic objectives: (i) improving productivity in the use of public sector assets through the establishment of a performance planning and evaluation system to modernize public sector management and the privatization of public assets whose continued holding by the public sector is no longer in line with the government's priorities; and (ii) increasing efficiency in resource allocation and use by eliminating public or quasi-public monopolies in critical economic sectors and their replacement by an incentive structure promoting freedom of entry and a competitive sector environment. ... See More +

President's Report P5313 NOV 26, 1990

Disclosed