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East Timor - Second Small Enterprises Project (English)

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  • Document Date

    2001/09/28

  • Document Type

    Project Information Document

  • Report Number

    PID9756

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Timor-Leste,

  • Region

    East Asia and Pacific,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/07/01

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    East Timor - Second Small Enterprises Project

  • Keywords

    legal point of view;civil service training;SME lending;negative demand shock;Business Enabling Environment;supply of credit;Promoting Private Sector;private sector activity;delivery of bds;adverse environmental impact;loan fund;allocation of resource;private sector enterprise;absence of credit;extension of credit;repayments of principal;capital at risk;money transfer fee;cost to borrower;fee for service;access to capital;expressions of interest;capacity building training;Rule of Law;asian financial crisis;rehabilitation of buildings;public utility service;Portfolio at Risk;private sector provider;implications for development;Oil and Gas;infrastructure and services;Oil &Gas;legal and accounting;current account deficit;delivery of credit;interest rate policy;sustainable private sector;business development service;project completion date;income and expenditure;increase in labor;private sector community;sustainable business activity;rehabilitation component;agriculture sector;market management;employment generation;regulatory environment;loan performance;loan repayment;loan application;loan program;grace period;commercial bank;banking operation;repayment period;credit culture;lending risk;recurrent budgets;repayment rate;environmental damage;environmental consultant;finance specialist;business environment;international consultant;business service;skill transfer;environmental review;financial intermediaries;capital contribution;market infrastructure;high capital;legislative agenda;bank license;Business Registration;constituent assembly;import duty;capital productivity;labor ratio;international agreement;investor risk;professional standard;security law;foreign supplier;contract management;Consulting services;government building;long-term benefits;physical infrastructure;Property title;credit provision;limited capacity;disbursement delay;international audit;loan approval;full disclosure;principal component;financial statement;Financial Sector;national sovereignty;foreign trade;maritime boundary;banking facilities;Proposed Investment;environmental issue;public consultation;loan portfolio;remedial action;recovery rate;cause harm;monthly reports;SME credit;trading conditions;procurement process;payment request;excessive risk;management consulting;paid-up capital;institutional strengthening;competitive basis;increasing investment;tourism sector;microfinance organization;horizontal expansion;Business Climate;improved information;loan analysis;signaling effect;loan money;land issue;government revenue;lending window;subsidized rate;microfinance institution;severely limits;SME loan;commercial term;delivery method;management process;foreign venture;supervisory committee;foreign investor;credit system;restricted access;market rate;SME competitiveness;business management;analytical skill;operational level;total credit;banking system;production input;wage tax;administrative arrangement;infrastructure needs;institution building;positive impact;casual employment;expenditure projection;extensive study;foreclosure procedure;project revenue;market distortion;international operation;microfinance program;agricultural sector;unemployment problem;informal sector;take-up rate;multilateral donor;collateral law;price deflation;Insurance Law;Labor Law;land law;domestic investor;political risk;budgetary resource;humanitarian relief;legal tender;negative shock;business opportunity;meat processing;packaging operation;export market;livestock trade;corn oil;business sector;productive industry;manufacturing facility;credit line;foreign exchange;essential services;national telecommunication;national telecommunications;excise tax;rehabilitation program;financial constraint;crop cycle;air service;crowded sidewalk;business association;credit union;formal loan;potential borrower;increase productivity;international good;targeted assistance;regulatory work;independent country;demonstration effect;fee structure;public use;goods market;commercial entity;domestic capacity

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East Timor - Second Small Enterprises Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/225311468778508201/East-Timor-Second-Small-Enterprises-Project