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Energy sector management assistance program : annual report, April 1987 (English)

This report is intended to be an overview paper which assesses the projected demand on the part of developing countries for the Energy Sector Management Assistance Program's (ESMAP) services against the background of the current world energy situation. It looks at the major developments that have taken place on the world energy scene since early 1986. It also describes how these developments have shaped the formulation of ESMAP priorities and discusses future ESMAP funding requirements and administrative arrangements. It flags a number of other issues affecting ESMAP~^!!^s work which UNDP and the World Bank feel it is opportune to draw to the attention of donors. Finally, the paper presents a summary of selected items for discussion.


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    Energy sector management assistance program : annual report, April 1987

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Energy sector management assistance program : annual report, April 1987 (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.