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Indonesia - National Ports Development Project (English)

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  • Document Date

    1993/12/02

  • Document Type

    Project Completion Report

  • Report Number

    12578

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Indonesia,

  • Region

    East Asia and Pacific,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/06/18

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Indonesia - National Ports Development Project

  • Keywords

    Technical Assistance and Training Program;public port corporation;container freight station;investment need;container handling facility;container handling equipment;zone of influence;inadequate bank supervision;technical assistance service;growth in traffic;operation and management;private sector involvement;central government transfer;cargo handling technology;return on investment;human resource development;local government agency;regulatory reform effort;stages of procurement;berth occupancy rate;flow of cash;management of operation;cargo handling equipment;ship waiting time;adequate financial resources;world market price;cost of congestion;ship turnaround time;commitment to policy;rehabilitation of facility;civil works;container terminal;port productivity;port operation;maritime sector;port facility;project costing;port management;procurement procedure;Port Services;container traffic;operational efficiency;export drive;tariff increase;port efficiency;construction industry;Advisory services;domestic cargo;transport problem;satisfactory progress;local costs;graduate program;sea transport;effective regulatory;adequate supervision;general cargo;domestic trade;future investment;regulatory change;port equipment;positive impact;institutional weakness;data management;loan process;staff resource;work force;borrower's procurement;debt burden;cost control;debt service;transport cost;efficient operation;inefficient operation;regulatory environment;conceptual basis;local market;future bank;ongoing study;sector work;local economy;institutional perspective;borrower performance;conventional cargo;project yield;financial soundness;container growth;container throughput;traffic growth;communications staff;container yard;dollar term;port asset;financial targets;overseas training;increased containerization;container ship;equipment management;environmental provision;overseas post;quayside crane;real benefits;trade administration;port access;consulting service;Consulting services;institution building;contract price;port worker;quantitative analysis;shipping route;road traffic;state enterprises;expected growth;deregulation strategy;reporting requirement;financial accounting;legal advice;project execution;free movement;competitive environment;institutional strengthening;cubic feet;financial self-sufficiency;public corporation;institutional impact;statistical information;income statement;Environmental Policy;port activity;infrastructural rehabilitation;monitor performance;loan disbursement;operational performance;financial status;data gathering;seaborne trade;maritime policy;important change;containerized cargo;improving productivity;working ratio;port tariff;system improvement;ship traffic;financial indicator;efficiency improvement;project cargo;profit distribution;subsidiary loan;project financing;reasons given;reduction effort;traffic forecast;river transport;land transport;vessel owner;reasonable contribution;regulatory decision;Capital Investments;bank resource;shipping service;import good;access channel;construction phase;project delays;loan account;data capture;management efficiency;customs procedure;vehicle weight;management structure;remedial measure;sea transportation;road infrastructure;import cargo;export volume;increase productivity;customs inspection;international cargo;fleet utilization;high sea;modern technology;cargo unitization;financial practice;cargo movement;financial standard;license requirement;management capability;institutional objectives;operational practices;Labor Union;price competition;investment program;world economy;construction work;project construction;competitive bid;capacity utilization;debt-equity ratio;administrative procedure;increased competition;competitive cost;loan balance;sustained level;port function;terminal operation;

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Indonesia - National Ports Development Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/389621468042261439/Indonesia-National-Ports-Development-Project