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Mexico - Second Urban and Regional Development Project (Inglês)

The project would support orderly growth and social development in the south-eastern states of Mexico and help establish a systematic approach to urban and regional development. The project consists of the following components in the States of Tabasco, Veracruz and Chiapas: (i) Shelter-related Facilities, including: sites and services; construction material credits; urban upgrading; home improvement loans; and community centers. (ii) City-wide Infrastructure, including: water supply works; sewerage works; and other infrastructure. (iii) Municipal Facilities and Services, including: retail markets; a wholesale market; slaughterhouses; and refuse collection. (iv) Productive Activities, including: credits to artisans; credits to small-scale enterprises; industrial estates; training center; and (v) Studies and Support Activities: Studies to prepare development programs and urban plans in the region; technical assistance to implementing agencies; and studies on pollution control in the region. Promotional activities for project programs.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    1981/04/30

  • TIpo de documento

    Relatório sobre Avaliação do Pessoal

  • No. do relatório

    2937

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    México,

  • Região

    América Latina e Caribe,

  • Data de divulgação

    2009/09/25

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Mexico - Second Urban and Regional Development Project

  • Palavras-chave

    water supply and sewerage;regional development program;home improvement loan;sites and services;maintenance and repair;water and sewerage;adequate water supply;fee for water;flow of migrants;economically active population;supply of good;large urban centers;land use control;public financial resource;urban development plan;petroleum producing area;Accounts and Audit;sources of fund;cost of land;state water authority;liters per second;technical assistance program;transfer of resource;national economic growth;lack of integration;poor sanitary conditions;development of infrastructure;ground water pollution;project costing;low-income group;community center;Industrial Estate;price escalation;federal agency;access road;investment program;promotional program;retail market;wholesale market;street light;pollution control;Programmatic Approach;subsidiary loan;storm drainage;basic infrastructure;illegal settlement;urban problem;river control;municipal authority;mexican peso;municipal agencies;foreign exchange;rural feeder;counterpart fund;metropolitan area;project agreements;appraisal mission;spatial development;food processing;personal service;economic investment;petroleum sector;construction material;federal level;foreign component;urban structure;industrial plant;telephone network;sewerage network;pumping station;Public Services;informal sector;spatial strategy;urban service;wash facility;community water;priority region;repair shop;value use;local price;budgetary plan;small-scale enterprise;engineering study;local jobs;loan condition;foreign inflation;fixed asset;project financing;Exchange Rates;tax base;yearly budget;exchange risk;river intake;federal grant;promotion campaign;oil company;budgetary transfer;recovery procedure;oil companies;project engineer;price contingency;distribution network;transmission line;social cost;funds transfer;essential services;treatment facilities;sewerage works;treatment plant;low-income neighborhood;demographic concentration;comparative advantage;food marketing;rural transportation infrastructure;agricultural sector;local program;urban poor;financial analysis;credit scheme;petroleum industry;ecological damage;subsequent efforts;government intervention;community level;municipal area;expansion plan;financing arrangement;federal authority;civil works;infrastructure component;government grant;infrastructure problem;financial mechanism;urban region;high-income group;national economy;public resource;ejido lands;institutional mechanism;affected state;common problems;local participation;construction site;national output;hydroelectric resource;Economic Studies;economic study;chemical complex;local economy;rural community;infrastructure work;paved road;financial responsibility;housing program;budgetary appropriation;repayment obligation;heavy burden;legal basis;local condition;urban policy;urban growth;regional economy;multiplier effect;marketing facility;steel mill;large pipelines;petroleum reserve;consumption function;price equivalent;shared water;bathroom facilities;construction sector;sanitary facility;urban field;accounting procedure;working population;light manufacturing;transport service;urban system;priority program;urban corridor;reimbursement request;ecological problems;sugar processing;water connection;international airport;productive enterprise;food price;skilled labor;productive sector;local population;census data;regional population;government land;Population Growth;oil producer;Natural Resources;water resource;employment structure;rainy season;industrial sector;benefit stream;agglomeration economy;community activity;credit program;health program;population increase;rural area;job opportunity;job opportunities;illegal dumping;Fixed Assets;working capital;employment impact;Land tenure;hygienic condition;low-income area;food product;main road;economic sector;complementary activities;

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