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Bangladesh - Private Sector Infrastructure Development (PSIDP) (English)

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  • Document Date

    2008/05/09

  • Document Type

    Implementation Completion Report Review

  • Report Number

    ICRR12884

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Bangladesh,

  • Region

    South Asia,

  • Disclosure Date

    2016/09/23

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Bangladesh - Private Sector Infrastructure Development (PSIDP)

  • Keywords

    private participation in infrastructure development;private sector participation in infrastructure;financial and private sector development;remote area power supply;natural disaster risk management;economic and financial analysis;project design and implementation;public switched telephone network;rehabilitation need;Regulation and Competition Policy;power sector development;disaster vulnerability reduction;transparent procurement process;Promoting Private Sector;maintenance of infrastructure;power sector reform;risk sharing mechanisms;secondary road network;domestic capital market;Flood Recovery;construction and operation;source of funding;Oil & Gas;support for investment;reconstruction and rehabilitation;Oil and Gas;quality control laboratory;private sector involvement;quality of work;operation of infrastructure;investment advisory service;quality of supervision;lack of transparency;independent power producer;development of infrastructure;private infrastructure development;quality at entry;increase in prices;project costing;government commitment;infrastructure facility;primary road;regulatory environment;transaction process;efficient operation;regulatory structure;public financing;discount rate;outcome targets;infrastructure sector;grant basis;political interference;affected population;commercial investment;infrastructure rehabilitation;private investment;efficient infrastructure;debt finance;Social Assessment;loan size;local procurement;procurement rule;competitive cost;foreign currency;flood damage;rehabilitation activities;private investor;small loan;physical work;reconstruction work;work contracts;emergency response;regulatory regime;private auditors;dry season;severe flood;political turmoil;acceptable standard;culvert rehabilitation;infrastructure component;legal regime;clear rules;licensing processes;competitive procurement;political superiors;urban development;emergency program;insufficient information;Continuing Education;transition arrangement;governance issue;positive impact;procurement procedure;project datum;Energy Sector;technical competency;high reliability;regulatory system;infrastructure capacity;Cash flow;working relationship;negative effect;commercial entity;finance infrastructure;term finance;government capacity;institutional change;term debt;private venture;power capacity;urban roads;project pipeline;governance environment;budget support;raw material;industrial plant;credit increase;edible oil;infrastructure service;institutional linkage;staff resource;Disaster Management;incentive structure;Political Economy;project financing;regulatory need;financial rate;competitive conduct;borrower's performance;economic recovery;initial deposit;food grain;private ownership;fishery component;Fish Farm;consumer willingness;international agency;financial crisis;inadequate infrastructure;technical expert;heavy burden;

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Bangladesh - Private Sector Infrastructure Development (PSIDP) (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/502551474664773923/Bangladesh-Private-Sector-Infrastructure-Development-PSIDP