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Thailand - Third Rubber Replanting Project (English)

The project would comprise: (i) a four-year time slice of the Office of the Rubber Replanting Aid Fund's (ORRAF) agricultural development program, including new rubber replanting and continuation and completion of past replantings to maturity; (ii) ORRAF's related field administration, management and training costs; (iii) upgrading of the Rubber Research Institute of Thailand's (RRIT) research centers; (iv) the Department of Agricultural Extension (DOAE) group processing and marketing centers and replanter training; and (v) technical assistance to improve (a) ORRAF's organization and management structure; and (b) RRIT's adaptive research, base line surveys and linkages between research and extension. Under the proposed loan, the ORRAF program would also be modified to: ensure more cost effective use of financial and staff resources; re-orient targets, resources and procedures to reach the more needy rubber smallholders under a special Needy Rubber Smallholder Development Program.

Details

  • Document Date

    1986/04/30

  • Document Type

    Memorandum & Recommendation of the President

  • Report Number

    P4170

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Thailand,

  • Region

    East Asia and Pacific,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/06/24

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Thailand - Third Rubber Replanting Project

  • Keywords

    Public and Publicly Guaranteed;high real interest rate;buffer stock financing facility;economic and sector work;rate of population growth;incidence of poverty;current account deficit;tree crop;variable interest rate;local competitive bidding;structural adjustment lending;total debt service;public resource management;domestic energy resource;rapid export growth;structural adjustment policies;high yielding variety;agricultural pricing policy;energy and power;public investment programming;extent of decentralization;expansionary fiscal stance;government support program;land use policy;structure of incentive;debt service burden;structural adjustment loan;natural resource base;increase in prices;structural adjustment program;investments in infrastructure;local currency expenditure;water supply sector;evaluation of bid;Administration and Operation;private sector representative;public investment planning;continuity of policy;senior civil servants;weights and measure;means of transfer;Accounts and Audit;per capita income;reduction of poverty;cost reduction measure;disbursement of bank;national policy priority;bank for comments;agriculture and service;export commodity prices;reduction in poverty;cost recovery measure;balance of payment;public sector investment;compensatory financing facility;source income;long gestation period;population growth rate;long term planning;human resource development;technical skill development;source of income;improvements in health;primarily due;human capital development;export of goods;debt management strategy;state enterprise sector;elimination of subsidy;lack of capital;implementation of policies;agricultural land reserve;management structure;adaptive research;poverty alleviation;procurement arrangement;plant material;foreign exchange;marketing centers;agricultural production;civil works;extension service;future bank;oil palm;farm family;cultivated area;export tax;bank assistance;bank finance;agricultural sector;transitional arrangement;economic efficiency;state enterprises;approval process;lease agreement;staff resource;government revenue;field staff;initial deposit;fiscal policy;administration cost;compound fertilizer;external borrowing;employment growth;tax structure;external resource;rubber prices;external factor;urban agricultural policy;Fiscal policies;bank operation;project lending;project costing;farm size;foreign borrowing;local costs;land title;institutional change;energy conservation;oil price;local expenditure;bank lending;Financial Stability;input use;political party;government leadership;annual production;general elections;export price;technical standard;financial problem;domestic inflation;cassava production;worldwide recession;domestic demand;macroeconomic development;Exchange Rates;tariff increase;constant dollar;primary source;primary cause;flat rate;tripartite review;trading partner;comparative advantage;needy farmer;imported oil;farmer representative;increased openness;aggregate demand;Labor migration;capital flow;improved land;domestic price;beneficial impact;monetary restraint;Public Services;petroleum product;Technology Transfer;external condition;risk aversion;consumer price;external deficit;ministerial order;agricultural support;loan proceeds;paddy rice;effective operations;fertilizer application;Public Infrastructure;interim funding;equitable distribution;industrial production;real appreciation;poor farming;pilot program;allocation system;forest reserve;external imbalance;consumer import;grant system;manufactured export;intensive husbandry;nominal fee;preparatory work;oil supply;export prospects;metropolitan growth;urban population;administrative capability;secondary city;sanitation system;water drainage;adjustment problem;project finance;cost sharing;investment opportunities;export taxation;Land tenure;irrigation infrastructure;crop diversification;Rural Credit;inland waterway;generally well;foreign debt;financial situation;Tax Administration;fiscal constraint;social progress

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Thailand - Third Rubber Replanting Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/571661468312026270/Thailand-Third-Rubber-Replanting-Project