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Development issues : presentations to the 46th meeting of the Development Committee (Inglês)

In this document, the President of the World Bank addresses the Development Committee on major development issues. The Committee concentrated its discussion on two related issues: "Developing Country Access to Private Capital Flows"; and "The Transfer of Private Resources to Developing Countries". A subsidiary but related theme is the Progress Report on the World Bank Group's Private Sector Development Strategy. Ministers devoted most of their time to reviewing the prospects for increasing flows of private resources and improving the access of developing countries to the world markets for loan and equity capital. They also focused on the role of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund in promoting and catalyzing private flows, and the extent of any remaining obstacles by the member countries in the way of private flows.

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  • Data do documento

    1993/05/31

  • TIpo de documento

    Publicação

  • No. do relatório

    DEV31

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Data de divulgação

    2002/09/12

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Development issues : presentations to the 46th meeting of the Development Committee

  • Palavras-chave

    role of women in development;access to private capital;climate change and biodiversity;Country Strategy and Implementation Review;treatment of capital gains;water supply and sewerage;Southern and Eastern Africa;economic and sector work;implementation of agenda 21;vulnerable members of society;Project Preparation and Appraisal;Country Assistance Strategies;country assistance strategy;human resource development;environmental action plan;basic social service;categories of risk;double taxation agreement;interest rate risk;adverse social impact;series of meetings;technical assistance loan;primary health care;economic policy reform;fluctuating exchange rate;subject to regulation;external capital flows;foreign direct investment;european investment bank;multilateral trade negotiation;country development strategy;agreed incremental cost;development of methodology;power and water;global environmental concern;countries in transition;signs of recovery;world market price;international financial institution;rates of return;negative pledge clause;technical assistance requirement;terms of trade;global interest rates;safety net issues;country growth rate;financial sector reform;bilateral tax treaties;global capital market;commercial debt reduction;commercial bank debt;future tax liability;international financial organization;industrial country;Learning and Innovation Credit;private flow;project risk;portfolio performance;increased demand;Donor countries;world trade;rating agency;portfolio flow;output decline;Macroeconomic Policy;source country;global economy;mutual fund;resource flow;adjustment program;adjustment loan;equity capital;regulatory environment;Natural Resources;private investor;reform effort;foreign investor;systemic risk;market-oriented economy;budgetary pressure;institutional investor;concessional assistance;domestic saving;business practice;adjustment operation;commitment authority;regulatory regime;policy risk;market mechanism;public expenditure;macroeconomic condition;bank lending;external source;pioneering work;market access;financial market;private investment;international level;agricultural infrastructure;external support;executive board;private money;budgetary constraint;international demand;international economy;project execution;imperfect information;external assistance;Global Warming;International Water;biological diversity;ozone layer;adequate resources;non-governmental organization;blue chip;environmental challenge;environmental work;environment protection;mediterranean region;foreign capital;regional strategy;Trade Policies;initial capital;local capacity;Environmental Assessment;mitigation measure;environmental sustainability;principal debt;project costing;individual number;physical infrastructure;institutional objectives;corrective action;good performance;staff resource;international cooperation;debt crisis;economic reform;interagency cooperation;average cost;energy conservation;financial instrument;Bank Policies;interim funding;international convention;financial constraint;risk capital;hedging instrument;global recession;export earning;export earnings;economic prosperity;protectionist pressure;financial flow;commodity market;unfair discrimination;global risk;export finance;multilateral agreement;comparative advantage;guarantee agency;primary concern;Tax Code;official flow;International Trade;equity financing;bank's agenda;aid effectiveness;refugee relief;monopoly utility;tariff structure;potential investor;finance corporation;privatized utility;social infrastructure;investment rating;partial guarantee;loan capital;External Finance;moral hazard;equity shareholder;investment guarantee;profit tax;legal framework;nutrition program;targeted food;political instability;bank's support;national treatment;private resources;urban labor;ethnic strife;insurance policy;tax rate;international banking;severe drought;international workshop;trade arrangement;increasing share;sectoral adjustment;beneficiary country;model agreement

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