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Statement by Murilo Portugal at the meeting of March 30, 2000 (English)

This is a statement by Murilo Portugal at the meeting of March 30, 2000 concerning the Country Assistance Strategy for Brazil.


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    Portugal, Murilo

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    Executive Director's Statement

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    Latin America & Caribbean,

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    Statement by Murilo Portugal at the meeting of March 30, 2000

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    elimination of child labor;Primary and Secondary Education;terms of poverty reduction;increase in tax revenue;public sector net debt;basic education for child;high degree of centralization;Science and Technology;basic health care;long term financing;exchange rate crisis;current account deficit;land reform;budgetary process;annual budget;access to school;high technology industry;expenditure per student;social security reform;equity in opportunity;local health councils;transfer of resource;international capital market;provision of infrastructure;community health;balance of payment;land reform law;expropriation of land;social security benefit;land reform program;social security system;agricultural commodity price;high oil price;terms of trade;social security deficit;engine of growth;consumer price inflation;public pension fund;private sector worker;house of representative;civil society group;Natural Resource Management;long term development;equity of opportunity;strategy for science;cost of capital;international financial crisis;macroeconomic development;rural worker;international reserve;bank finance;inflation target;primary surplus;financial intermediation;poverty alleviation;congressional debate;local agenda;financial package;bank instrument;national agenda;financial turmoil;private investment;difficult environment;Fiscal Federalism;technological revolution;fiscal management;fiscal deficit;prudent fiscal;Borrowing Countries;technology initiative;free access;investment program;brazilian congress;sustainable city;target social;sustainable agriculture;consensus building;social inequality;monetary policy;primary balance;national process;equilibrium position;family health;marginal improvement;external financing;Population Growth;external shock;income poverty;poor community;personal capacity;targeted population;nutritional risk;secondary level;municipal government;public official;fiscal accountability;Public Services;community association;political debate;poverty issue;political right;income transfer;regional disparity;labor productivity;Fiscal Reform;international cooperation;congressional approval;domestic price;export performance;output growth;import volume;import substitution;trade deficit;export volume;nominal depreciation;unemployment rate;asian crisis;reform implementation;sovereign debt;trade balance;budget execution;emerging country;market confidence;educational program;land distribution;debt rescheduling;export growth;Market Risk;adequate infrastructure;transport area;administrative control;poor farming;government financing;land acquisition;productive investment;budgetary institution;farm management;Rural Poor;disabled people;living condition;rural region;asset distribution;land expropriation;rural area;agenda 21;environmental program;sugar production;bank lending;banking sector;external auditing;internal control;fiscal consolidation;sound financial;programmatic loan;extensive consultation;Municipalities;



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Portugal, Murilo

Statement by Murilo Portugal at the meeting of March 30, 2000 (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.