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China - Fertilizer Rationalization Project (English)

The Fertilizer Rationalization Project is designed to assist the Government in achieving its three main sector development objectives, namely: (a) improvement in production efficiency of existing medium and small-size plants; (b) reduction of nutrient imbalances; and (c) improvements of institutional efficiency. To this end, the project comprises three components. They entail: (a) establishing a phosphate fertilizer production capacity at an existing plant in Yunnan; and (b) converting nitrogenous fertilizer production of four existing medium-size plants from low grade to high grade products, and expanding production capacities with the use of modern energy saving technology. Lastly, they include (c) carrying out a management efficiency study and a program to introduce modern systems for organization, information and cost management at fertilizer enterprises, and upgrade sector-wide management training capabilities.

Details

  • Document Date

    1987/05/18

  • Document Type

    Memorandum & Recommendation of the President

  • Report Number

    P4572

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    China,

  • Region

    East Asia and Pacific,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/06/24

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    China - Fertilizer Rationalization Project

  • Keywords

    chemical fertilizer;Debt Service Coverage Ratio;business loan;fertilizer price;variable interest rate;interest during construction;foreign exchange risk;phosphate fertilizer;weights and measure;development of capacity;amounts of energy;international boundary;phosphate fertilizer industry;management of enterprise;procurement method;output of fertilizer;method of procurement;high nutrient content;foreign exchange fund;nitrogenous fertilizer production;Exchange Rates;expansion of capacity;production capacity;repayment period;consultancy service;internal fund;domestic loan;loan proceeds;fertilizer use;management efficiency;foreign expenditure;government's strategy;fertilizer plant;ammonia production;phosphate rock;overseas training;market force;nitrogen fertilizer;local expenditure;administrative control;total consumption;proven technology;controlled price;potash fertilizer;agriculture sector;economic reform;cultivated area;civil works;outdated technology;credit balance;agricultural output;commercial environment;Financing plans;emission level;operational systems;enterprise management;long-term debt;environmental standard;environmental factor;government provision;sectoral approach;production facility;efficiency improvement;project processing;import price;cultivated land;fertilizer application;equal amount;government contribution;production efficiency;ammonium phosphate;ammonium bicarbonate;cubic feet;allocation policy;annual production;financial plan;commercial risk;price contingency;gas field;economic efficiency;local funds;subsidiary loan;transportation cost;state council;

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China - Fertilizer Rationalization Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/777691468219565625/China-Fertilizer-Rationalization-Project