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Thailand - Inland Waterways and Coastal Ports Project (English)

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  • Document Date

    1990/02/27

  • Document Type

    Project Completion Report

  • Report Number

    8408

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Thailand,

  • Region

    East Asia and Pacific,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/06/18

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Thailand - Inland Waterways and Coastal Ports Project

  • Keywords

    coastal port;inland waterway;cost of road maintenance;bank's procurement guidelines;improvements in land transport;reduction in energy consumption;river training works;mode of transport;annual maintenance program;procurement of equipment;efficient transport system;land acquisition procedures;marine fishing industry;Standard Bidding Documents;construction of road;local water authority;machinery and equipment;national transport system;receipt of bid;Public Sector Organizations;road transport industry;demand for transport;inland waterway transport;public sector investment;dry season;coastal shipping;wet season;engineering service;river works;transport cost;channel maintenance;private operator;Traffic;petroleum product;tertiary road;in-house training;overseas training;spring tide;deadweight tons;agricultural product;water level;expatriate management;agricultural produce;institutional weakness;concrete panels;financial benefit;export commodity;publicity campaign;ship time;freight traffic;government staff;larger vessels;bulk commodity;loan negotiation;civil works;coastal communities;deep water;procurement process;river bed;steel beams;exchange rate;Exchange Rates;bid price;budgetary constraint;local populace;flood season;inland navigation;institutional memory;historical perspective;rail system;transport facility;mineral ore;construction material;tracer study;traffic forecast;access channel;delivery pipe;mechanical equipment;dredged channel;national economy;alternative route;traffic level;mekong river;port authority;alternative investment;adequate maintenance;port access;staff turnover;shallow depth;maintenance equipment;river transport;consulting service;channel dredging;contract period;overseas supplier;monsoonal climate;passenger traffic;population center;small fish;rural community;institutional adjustment;specific capacity;principal export;government thinking;transport requirement;secondary road;highway maintenance;central regions;energy situation;navigable waterways;road system;learning curve;capital work;working relationship;fuel price;procurement procedure;borrower performance;Bank Fund;traffic data;fee collection;maximum benefit;Consulting services;fuel cost;

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Thailand - Inland Waterways and Coastal Ports Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/522371468118460623/Thailand-Inland-Waterways-and-Coastal-Ports-Project