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India - Cement Industry Restructuring Project (English)

The Cement Industry Restructuring Project is designed to support GOI's recent policy decision for complete elimination of cement pricing and distribution controls and will assist the industry in adjusting to a more competitive environment in the following ways. First, the project will finance investment projects which are important for the modernization and restructuring of the industry. Second, the project will help establish and finance a pilot bulk cement transport system to transport bulk cement to the greater Bombay area. Successful implementation of this pilot scheme will pave the way to introduce bulk cement transport systems in India. Third, the project will help establish and finance demand-driven training systems and programs to support human resource development compatible with the significant technological transformation of the industry. Fourth, the project will assist DCCI in studying policy and strategic options for mini cement sector, coal washing, use of lignite, pollution control and environmental protection for the cement industry, and further development of bulk cement transport and applications.

Details

  • Document Date

    1990/04/18

  • Document Type

    Memorandum & Recommendation of the President

  • Report Number

    P5260

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    India,

  • Region

    South Asia,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/06/24

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    India - Cement Industry Restructuring Project

  • Keywords

    Industrial Development Bank of India;danish international development;cement industry;investment corporation;variable interest rate;cement plant;lending rate;budgetary allocation;condition of effectiveness;development finance institution;conditions of disbursement;pollution control equipment;regional training center;environmental protection standard;technical assistance program;method of procurement;per capita consumption;economic efficiency;civil works;industrial credit;industrial restructuring;local expenditure;transport cost;Environmental Assessment;industrial technology;Vocational Training;state road;foreign exchange;exchange rate;environmental professionals;interest risk;review procedures;environmental consultant;subproject appraisal;water utilization;railway electrification;cooperative development;commercial practice;bank's standard;educational material;Steel;coking coal;corporate restructuring;work force;rural housing;inefficient operation;indian rupee;productivity increase;credit negotiation;urban development;Exchange Rates;procurement procedure;construction industry;efficiency improvement;steel plant;waste product;productive use;competing suppliers;foreign material;production capacity;common price;regional price;coastal shipping;financial rate;project costing;financing plan;Financing plans;operational efficiency;international market;market condition;internal debt;coverage ratio;government's policy;severe shortage;regional demand;capacity expansion;plant training;train activity;geographic proximity;restructuring strategy;market development;lending strategy;industrial sector;lower costs;bank lending;import price;skill category;train service;competitive environment;regional production;cement production;Bank Fund;industrial infrastructure;regulatory control;

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India - Cement Industry Restructuring Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/654991468259140293/India-Cement-Industry-Restructuring-Project