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Philippines - Country Assistance Strategy (Inglês)

This Country Assistance Strategy (CAS) seeks to help the government improve public institutions and services to deliver on its social contract with its citizens. Within this objective, the project aims to support recognized and replicable successes in delivering public services. The Bank Group's effectiveness will depend, to a large degree, on the extend of political appetite for reform and the pace of change. Thus, the CAS is designed to be opportunistic in responding to reform efforts. Under any scenario, the approach focuses on the medium-term institutional challenges and addresses the complexity of the country's broader development challenges.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    2005/04/19

  • TIpo de documento

    Documento sobre Estratégias de Assistência ao País

  • No. do relatório

    32141

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Filipinas,

  • Região

    Leste Asiático e Pacífico,

  • Data de divulgação

    2005/05/31

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Philippines - Country Assistance Strategy

  • Palavras-chave

    effect of growth on poverty;competitiveness and private sector development;emerging market bond;small and medium enterprise;Analytical and Advisory Activities;Cost of Doing Business;incidence of poverty decline;access to safe water;total factor productivity growth;access to external finance;broad range of stakeholders;impact on poverty reduction;public sector deficit;social inclusion;high income inequality;Fiscal Reform;participation in decision;active civil society;Development Policy Lending;Rule of Law;regulatory policy uncertainty;tight fiscal situation;Civil Service Reform;virtuous cycle;social contract;asian countries;foreign investment regime;high population growth;loss of livelihood;business process outsourcing;savings and investment;level of remittance;technical assistance corporation;supreme court decision;production and export;quality of education;application of regulation;burden of reform;delivery of service;control of corruption;credit rating agency;financial market volatility;credit rating agencies;high oil price;public sector reform;country development objective;school enrollment rate;female literacy rate;policy reform agenda;independent power producer;social security system;public sector agency;government financial institution;rapid export growth;international good practice;gdp growth rate;government debt market;education and health;public sector finance;reduction in poverty;quality public service;high poverty incidence;demand for fund;access to land;access to financing;skills and education;credit information system;domestic financial system;bank secrecy law;common good;Public Services;Public Goods;Public Spending;good governance;fiscal adjustment;Tax Administration;investor confidence;banking system;private investment;social spending;excise tax;contingent liability;governance improvement;contingent liabilities;core service;employment opportunities;social aspect;rural area;fiscal stability;higher growth;external environment;market access;agricultural growth;public decision;economic reform;political consensus;public debt;public debate;vicious cycle;public deficit;reform effort;public finance;base case;call center;employment opportunity;contractual saving;electronics industry;global trade;legislative branch;institutional change;financing cost;employment generation;democratic process;investment pattern;distressed bank;supervisory framework;business community;regulatory practice;multilateral development;capital requirement;business environment;public servant;narrow interest;government bond;tax rate;niche market;Financial Sector;fiscal crisis;local bank;export market;higher deficit;external shock;internet data;long-term sustainability;pension reform;capital account;government contract;fish stock;fiscal burden;opinion leaders;community involvement;basic infrastructure;regulatory body;productive investment;downside risk;bond spread;informal meeting;social outcome;power tariff;youth representative;agency mandates;fiscal incentive;economic sector;revenue agency;budget allocation;budget proposal;financial processes;crisis situation;procurement law;paved road;road maintenance;Maternal Mortality;governance arrangement;government spending;historical pattern;Regulatory Bodies;public resource;security situation;regulatory capacity;national income;tourism receipts;widespread consensus;wage earner;living standard;development partner;lending scenario;financial contribution;poverty severity;active labor;global demand;translation services;food basket;consumer price;road density;natural disaster;environmental degradation;rural population;income disparity;poverty estimate;Natural Resources;content development;commercial space;telecommunication infrastructure;electronic component;tourism sector;household consumption;good environmental;Elementary Education;investment climate;debt position;infrastructure sector;trade regulation;mass media;fiscal performance;physical asset;special interest;investment horizon;colonial rule

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