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Mozambique - Communication Sector Reform Project (English)

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  • Document Date

    2010/04/14

  • Document Type

    Implementation Completion Report Review

  • Report Number

    ICRR13347

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Mozambique,

  • Region

    Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2016/09/25

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Mozambique - Communication Sector Reform Project

  • Keywords

    legal and regulatory framework;global navigation satellite system;information and communication technology;Regulation and Competition Policy;air transport;air transport sector;air transport infrastructure;air transport policy;measures of efficiency;quality of supervision;communication service;communication services;domestic air transport;internet access point;regional market integration;telecommunications and postal;access to communication;regulation for airport;universal service fund;postal sector policy;civil aviation authority;financial management capacity;universal access program;number of connections;quality and efficiency;unit of measurement;net job creation;long-term financial plan;community access points;quality at entry;introduction of competition;freight transport performance;rural area;access strategy;freight traffic;air freight;mobile license;original kpis;telephone density;freight cost;outcome targets;measuring change;regional airport;airline ticket;fiscal impact;airport fees;airport infrastructure;air traffic;outcome indicator;Government Performance;telecommunications sector;working day;result indicator;intermediate outcome;domestic airline;waiting time;qualitative indicator;communications campaign;regulatory capacity;affordable service;monitoring equipment;telephone penetration;quality rating;domestic traffic;regulatory weakness;formal restructuring;Public-Private Partnership;mobile service;monopoly price;privatization effort;telecommunications regulator;government priority;insufficient information;safeguard issue;quantitative indicators;domestic flight;competition increase;access cost;leased line;airport service;pay phone;increased competition;government's capacity;labor retrenchment;results framework;infrastructure service;communication sector;service coverage;market base;public telecommunication;rural population;private operator;cellular license;telecommunication policy;telecommunications reform;modest increase;specialized equipment;private investment;private management;regulatory institution;Air Safety;air service;business travel;market penetration;rural operation;price drop;mobile telephone;post item;rural telephone;privatization plan;enabling legislation;export revenue;telecommunications service;counterpart funding;credit closing;safety oversight;logical framework;telecommunications staff;passenger increase;telecommunication sector;provincial airport;evaluation framework;financial resource;increased income;transaction cost;competitive environment;government ownership;fiber optic;staff turnover;security standard;mobile market;financing option;project costing;financial account;safeguard policy;Safeguard Policies;

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Mozambique - Communication Sector Reform Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/190071474852761635/Mozambique-Communication-Sector-Reform-Project