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Burma - Second Wood Industries Project (English)

The Second Wood Industries Project will be to: (a) improve further the efficiency and product quality of Burma's export oriented teak processing industry through modernization and rehabilitation of existing capacity; (b) improve the supply of hardwood sawn timber and panel products to the domestic market and thereby reduce the use of teak for construction purposes in the domestic market. The Second Wood Industries Project will also; (c) introduce block board production for the first time in Burma; and (d) advance further the technical and export marketing skills of teak processing industry personnel, through training and technical assistance. The proposed project would include: (a) rehabilitation of teak sawmill No. 4 at Ahlone; and (b) reconstruction of teak sawmill No. 14 at Dallah; (c) construction of a new panel products mill at Monywa to produce plywood, teak veneer and to introduce block board production on a pilot scale; (d) construction of two mobile hardwood sawmills to be located in the north Pegu area; (e) provision of consulting services to assist TC in the areas of saw doctoring, panel products production and production planning and control and on the job training of TC personnel; and (f) strengthening of administrative and construction facilities.

Details

  • Document Date

    1984/02/29

  • Document Type

    Memorandum & Recommendation of the President

  • Report Number

    P3721

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Myanmar,

  • Region

    East Asia and Pacific,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/06/24

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Burma - Second Wood Industries Project

  • Keywords

    gross fixed capital formation;energy consumption per capita;wood processing industry;cost of production;foreign exchange risk;technical assistance program;current account deficit;forest industry sector;total external debt;rural energy consumption;return on investment;official exchange rate;local cost financing;agricultural raw material;weights and measure;rate of inflation;domestic resource mobilization;public sector resource;constraints to growth;gnp per capita;condition of effectiveness;long term debt;foreign exchange budget;net present value;external public debt;free market price;private financial institution;debt service ratio;agriculture and forestry;share of investment;improving product quality;forest plantation program;asset and liability;price of rice;dust removal system;areas of production;developments in technology;natural resource base;domestic capital formation;inland water transport;water treatment plant;machinery and equipment;performance of state;wood industry;wood product;export price;capacity utilization;process industry;civil works;local market;external assistance;working capital;domestic saving;operational autonomy;project costing;project construction;seed development;construction material;foreign expenditure;local price;financial statement;log extraction;reserved forest;credit effectiveness;agricultural sector;pricing policy;consumer good;consumer goods;grain storage;financing plan;production level;state sector;world economy;forest product;equipment cost;price structure;overseas training;large corporation;paperboard mill;financial reporting;population center;land area;sensitivity analysis;industrial engineering;local supply;Consulting services;export marketing;existing capacity;production increase;Market Risk;export volume;incremental revenues;construction work;charcoal production;local expenditure;production capacity;export orient;overhead cost;Financing plans;production planning;agricultural production;financial incentive;stable price;financial rate;financial benefit;manufactured goods;good performance;stationary population;Population Projection;urban population;vital statistic;coal equivalent;political party;social indicator;political parties;port equipment;price competition;administrative support;forestry sector;judicial authority;organizational structure;cabinet approval;production target;central control;waste water;financial viability;vehicle procurement;irrigation pump;good ventilation;safety feature;fire hazard;inadequate waste;annual budget;international travel;market demand;local inflation;export production;financial provisions;budget revision;budget expenditure;foreign financing;international consultant;local costs;financial consultant;separate account;local procurement;cubic feet;financial account;supplementary agreement;export earnings;housing construction;disbursement profile;price contingency;legal instrument;finished good;account receivable;annual revenue;local processing;investment phase;safety aspect;average profit;profit margin;short supply;cooperative program;market problem;new technology;rural population;average price;opportunity cost;income disparity;forest industries;paper production;manufacturing facility;transfer price;private mill;industrial society;national budget;local demand;socialist system;production volume;price change;marketing assistance;public ownership;political goal;international market;border area;economic institution;permanent employment;soil erosion;sustained flow;forest land;teak extraction;extraction equipment;price stabilization;export tax;tax level;exporting country;timber company;imported intermediate;productive sector;principal export;export sector;public finance;panel board;pricing reform;savings deposit;export trade;power transmission;construction industry;telecommunications sector;banking system;budgetary provision;sector work;rising debt;Capital Inflows;project pipeline;external financing;merchandise export;managerial skill;Irrigation Rehabilitation

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Burma - Second Wood Industries Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/762661468053668532/Burma-Second-Wood-Industries-Project