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Thailand - Country assistance strategy (English)

Underlying the Bank's assistance strategy is the recognition that, at Thailand's current stage of development , it needs a selective policy and technical advice financing rather than Bank involvement as a full service lender. Of particular significance are cross-sectoral issues associated with the provision of public goods, including infrastructure services, environmental protection, and enhancing labor skills. Assistance on macroeconomic, trade, and industrial policies or lending for industrial development is not necessary at this juncture. Hence, Bank assistance is aimed at providing value added in terms of helping address the most important long-term development issues. Bank assistance will focus on four interconnnected areas: 1) support for the development of physical infrastructure; 2) promotion of human resources development; 3) reduction of poverty and improvement in income distribution; and 4) improvement in environmental and natural resource management.

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Thailand - Country assistance strategy (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/400231468312021352/Thailand-Country-assistance-strategy