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Mauritius - First, Second, Third, and Fourth Development Policy Loan Projects (English)

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  • Document Date

    2012/10/23

  • Document Type

    Implementation Completion Report Review

  • Report Number

    ICRR13971

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Mauritius,

  • Region

    Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2016/09/28

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Mauritius - First, Second, Third, and Fourth Development Policy Loan Projects

  • Keywords

    Education for the Knowledge Economy;Analytic and Advisory Activities;Administrative and Civil Service Reform;information and communication technology;small and medium enterprise;Export Development and Competitiveness;Regulation and Competition Policy;active labor market program;financial management information system;Tax Policy and Administration;monitoring and evaluation system;public sector efficiency;Development Policy Loan;industry and trade;quality of supervision;investment climate;trade competitiveness;tariff line;public sector debt;foreign direct investment;high oil price;flood protection sector;general education sector;performance management system;fiscal performance;real growth rate;export of goods;international rating agency;social protection system;consultations with stakeholders;personal income tax;Aid for Trade;current account deficit;Foreign Exchange Reserve;safety and health;skilled foreign worker;Labor Market Flexibility;quality at entry;import duty rate;public credit registry;investment tax credit;global financial crisis;government-owned companies;government owned company;state owned enterprise;implementation of reform;import of goods;Social Safety Nets;flow of resource;Improving Labor Markets;access to finance;Small Medium Enterprise;General Finance Sector;elimination of tariffs;Regulatory Impact Analysis;international good practice;impact of trade;labor market reform;labor market efficiency;annual business plan;consumer price index;higher value added;opportunities for education;regulatory review committee;social inclusion;tariff reform;unemployed woman;primary spending;skill base;Economic Policy;borrower performance;Business Registration;trade shock;Macroeconomic Stability;Tax Administration;macroeconomic indicator;tax system;project costing;social housing;water sanitation;unemployment rate;trade preference;participatory approach;outcome targets;skilled labor;tariff reduction;investment environment;government ownership;Government Performance;broad ownership;development partner;poverty alleviation;comprehensive strategy;macro indicators;result indicator;workfare program;small entrepreneur;fiscal impact;regulatory constraint;job opportunity;job opportunities;reform process;entry rate;current expenditure;economic climate;fiscal consolidation;capacity constraint;investment grade;outcome indicator;financial system;global economy;political risk;economic model;Political Economy;discretionary power;baseline data;social support;wage increase;european commission;transitional assistance;worker protection;trained worker;household income;public debt;inflexible labor;competitive activity;foreign capital;external shock;discretionary interventions;red tape;export sector;export bias;domestic economy;reducing tariffs;process innovation;wage setting;tariff barrier;tariff rate;ad valorem;high tariff;export promotion;product innovation;budgetary resource;domestic producer;tariff increase;duty exemptions;regulatory impediment;trade license;land use;price competitiveness;rising debt;ineffective bureaucracy;measure of support;causal chain;budget support;Business Regulation;human capital;fiscal rule;evaluation framework;government action;vulnerability assessment;private investment;project datum;poor infrastructure;euro zone;application process;stimulus package;public fund;construction permit;insufficient information;commercial contract;international connectivity;client consultation;regulatory regime;tourist arrival;small states;internet bandwidth;work permit;state enterprises;air access;air transport;fiscal space;raise revenues;macroeconomic performance;political backing;downside risk;global market;Financial Sector;incentive regime;corporate tax;competitive behavior;registered company;portfolio inflow;analytical study;loan disbursement;residency permit;Fiscal Reform;punitive measure;government spending;

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Mauritius - First, Second, Third, and Fourth Development Policy Loan Projects (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/713521475098269117/Mauritius-First-Second-Third-and-Fourth-Development-Policy-Loan-Projects