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Malaysia - Trans-Perak Area Development Project (English)

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  • Document Date

    1991/04/05

  • Document Type

    Project Completion Report

  • Report Number

    9479

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Malaysia,

  • Region

    East Asia and Pacific,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/06/18

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Malaysia - Trans-Perak Area Development Project

  • Keywords

    Drainage and Irrigation;construction of farm road;tree crop;world crude oil price;oil palm;agricultural support service;irrigation and drainage;share in profit;inadequate budget allocation;access road construction;income from wages;planning and design;agriculture and irrigation;cost of access;balanced regional development;average annual rainfall;weights and measure;international commodity price;amount of land;cost of production;land development;rice area;main road;rice cultivation;land acquisition;project costing;tertiary canal;cropping intensity;civil works;fresh fruit;palm oil;foreign exchange;land clearing;Water Management;wild boar;crop area;Consulting services;pest damage;financial viability;project sustainability;land levelling;land preparation;workshop facility;secondary canal;physical work;rice yield;crop establishment;combine harvester;rice price;township development;dry bean;individual farmer;contract work;construction supervision;irrigation works;farm family;drainage problem;loan negotiation;internal drainage;field staff;river course;water duty;return period;wild animal;budgetary constraint;clonal planting;state capital;farm owner;land area;regional distribution;irrigation infrastructure;settlement service;budget restraint;retroactive financing;irrigation system;agricultural area;national research;tertiary level;land clearance;budget constraint;infrastructure work;heavily dependent;production level;village road;tropical climate;high rainfall;drainage work;wild elephants;dry period;rice technology;farm level;road infrastructure;local costs;direct purchase;rice crop;fertilizer subsidies;record keeping;excess water;audited account;road layout;rice farming;land leveling;pest control;farm size;seed production;irrigation water;loan balance;landless family;increased export;poverty threshold;adequate maintenance;daily wage;survival rate;management personnel;contractor performance;malaysian ringgit;tropical area;civil engineer;agricultural economist;project effectiveness;financial constraint;management problems;issue date;increase productivity;agronomic practice;review period;employment opportunity;infrastructure cost;consultancy service;annual operation;daily rate;world price;world rice;employment opportunities;project agreements;labour demand;heavy equipment;soil ph;work contracts;labor supply;contract operation;management responsibility;beneficial impact;plant densities;technological development;agricultural activity;common feature;crop damage;employment creation;flood embankment;water logging;staff housing;

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Malaysia - Trans-Perak Area Development Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/587641468278966642/Malaysia-Trans-Perak-Area-Development-Project