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Bulgaria - Private Investment and Export Finance Project (Inglês)

The Private Investment and Export Finance Project consists of: investment financing for the establishment of new, and the expansion of existing, private and privatized enterprises, including project preparation; export financing for financially and economically profitable export transactions; and technical assistance to the participating financial intermediaries to build capacity for project appraisal and supervision and strengthen general banking functions.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    1993/05/17

  • TIpo de documento

    Relatório sobre Avaliação do Pessoal

  • No. do relatório

    11712

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Bulgária,

  • Região

    Europa e Ásia Central,

  • Data de divulgação

    2010/06/18

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Bulgaria - Private Investment and Export Finance Project

  • Palavras-chave

    privatization of state;state enterprises;private enterprise;Financial and Enterprise Sector Adjustment;private bank;legal and regulatory framework;banking system;high corporate tax rate;accounting and auditing standard;average debt-equity;limited international bidding;access to external finance;structural adjustment loan;investment credit;export credit;state trading company;state enterprise sector;Private Sector Growth;private sector activity;privatization agency;single currency;interest rate liberalization;banking sector reform;privatizing state enterprises;daily exchange rate;country assistance strategy;cost of fund;Country Assistance Strategies;private investment;Fixed Assets;foreign exchange;state bank;debt management strategy;implicit government guarantee;competition among bank;liberalization of interest;growth and development;floating exchange rate;allocation of credit;protection of competition;foreign exchange system;capital market institution;share of state;holdings of bank;possession of collateral;efficient banking system;social security tax;private foreign investment;government procurement procedure;exchange rate liberalization;implementation of reform;real estate mortgage;recovery loan;recovery of loan;investment and development;international banking;bank consolidation;privatization of banks;foreign exchange market;share of export;enforcement of right;exchange rate target;formal debt finance;shortage of equity;private sector job;higher interest rate;private financial intermediary;modern corporate form;failure of state;family and friends;foreign exchange risk;human resource base;internationally accepted accounting;enterprise for privatization;Letter of Credit;improvements in policies;liberalization of prices;inefficient state enterprise;foreign trade system;audits of banks;share of trade;management of state;cost of goods;procedure for implementation;expansion of export;valuation of asset;process of privatization;impact of reforms;Promoting Private Sector;prudential regulation;Financial Sector;export sector;credit allocation;privatization program;legal framework;export transaction;stabilization program;state sector;supply response;grace period;basic rate;temporary worker;state monopoly;tariff regime;large enterprise;private company;working capital;financial intermediaries;export receipts;export marketing;commercial bank;exchange restriction;consumer goods;state-owned banks;export finance;light manufacturing;customs declaration;export activity;adequate regulatory;foreign currency;foreign debt;unrecorded capital;unfair treatment;private ownership;private trade;credit demand;individual bank;direct credit;budget deficit;state banking;fiscal policy;financial resource;private trader;Fiscal policies;transition process;investment financing;export financing;export product;Trade Policy;project risk;Trade Policies;price liberalization;investment operation;state ownership;equity capital;efficient production;export production;debt problem;customs datum;privatization law;relative price;legal environment;loan collateral;investment fund;sound bank;managed trade;supervisory framework;important component;trade finance;national interest;wealth creation;reform strategy;Public Utilities;external competition;financing source;macroeconomic level;adequate infrastructure;income policy;survival rate;land reform;loan covenant;marginal rate;traditional business;subsidized credit;sole proprietorship;credit market;seasonal work;labor taxes;banking practice;financial distress;market economy;domestic trade;productive sector;agricultural land;Agriculture Credit;loan amounting;subsidy reduction;medium-sized companies;official statistic;legal barrier;private property;Company Law;private activity;export competitiveness;adjustment operation;Business Registration;transportation sector;processed food;preferential credit;real wage;debt datum;labor ratio;reform measure;market reform;sectoral assessment;Income policies;tax base;financial intermediation

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