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Vietnam - Third Rural Finance Project (Inglês)

The objective of the Third Rural Finance Project for Vietnam will be to increase economic benefits to rural private enterprises and households by increasing their access to finance. The expected outcomes will include: (i) improved access to financial services for rural entrepreneurs; (ii) increased capital investment made by the rural entrepreneurs as well as increased employment; (iii) increased lending, particularly term lending to the rural private sector for capital investment by all participating financial institutions (PFIs) on market-based terms. There are three components to the project. The first component is the increase capital investment by rural enterprises - rural development fund. This component, the Rural Development Fund (RDF), is designed to address the term financing constraints of financial institutions to provide funding to rural enterprises for longer-term investment needs. The goal is to enable rural private entrepreneurs to access medium to long-term financing for capital investments, such as equipment and new technologies, which will enable opportunities for efficiency gains and business expansion. The second component is the increase access to microfinance in the rural economy - micro-finance loan fund. This component, the Micro-finance Loan Fund (MLF), will provide a small line of credit to demonstrate the commercial viability of lending to micro-enterprises and household businesses. These may be defined as formal and informal businesses employing 2-3 employees outside of their immediate families. Finally, the third component is the build institutional capacities and new products. The institutional building component is a core element to the success of the RFIII project. This component is designed to help strengthening the financial institutions participating in the project and demonstrating a credible strategy for expanding access to finance in rural areas of Vietnam. This component is also designed to help demonstrate that new markets can be found and that these can be commercially viable. These new markets can come in the form of new customers, new products and services, and new institutions participating in the project.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    2008/04/28

  • TIpo de documento

    Documento de avaliação do projeto:

  • No. do relatório

    38861

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Vietnã,

  • Região

    Leste Asiático e Pacífico,

  • Data de divulgação

    2008/07/09

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Vietnam - Third Rural Finance Project

  • Palavras-chave

    Quality and Cost Based Selection;Access to Finance for Households;small and medium size enterprise;access to financial service;Micro and Small Enterprises;analytical and advisory;monitoring and evaluation result;project monitoring and evaluation;economic and financial analysis;rural area;financial sector reform;financial sector development;long term deposit;long term loan;safety of dam;investment and development;private commercial bank;accreditation criteria;financial information system;joint stock bank;demand for credit;rural economic activity;funds for implementation;interest rate adjustment;internal audit function;primarily due;long term investment;intermediary financial institution;formal financial service;rural economic growth;formal financial institution;family and friends;information on woman;short term liquidity;readiness for implementation;commercial loan market;small private enterprises;financial management arrangement;negative environmental impact;financial intermediary loans;shadow wage rate;carbon trust;rates of return;main urban center;foreign financial institution;financial sector policy;technical assistance program;long term credit;rural development strategy;Safeguard Policies;safeguard policy;banking sector;Capital Investments;environmental compliance;rural enterprise;rural entrepreneur;rural economy;indigenous people;Indigenous Peoples;wholesale bank;banking system;term financing;eligibility criterion;private investment;minimum accreditation;employment opportunity;employment opportunities;greater access;long-term investment;consulting service;commercial viability;Consulting services;environmental audit;performance benchmark;state budget;procurement practice;productive asset;international standard;financial intermediaries;donor community;train activity;employment creation;market rate;financial rate;long-term financing;competitive basis;natural habitat;environmental consideration;Rural Poor;involuntary resettlement;physical resources;commercially viable;long-term fund;credit operation;environmental safeguard;environment compliance;investment need;sustainable investment;government entity;internal control;project financing;financial value;investment purpose;agricultural growth;environmental externality;private supplier;farmer households;market distortion;approval procedure;rural space;Transaction Center;procurement staff;project control;SME sector;generation rate;credit base;disbursement rate;macroeconomic environment;project yield;fiduciary risk;external shock;property right;bank supervisor;large bank;Rural Sector;investment level;income generation;procurement process;procurement capacity;private household;small loan;outcome indicator;hand tool;lending activities;local market;subsidiary loan;competitive price;increased demand;supervision cycle;financing need;machine tool;concrete mixer;social implications;scale enterprise;loan facility;subsidized credit;population group;business expansion;environment assessment;efficiency gain;savings account;private entrepreneur;land purchase;institution development;geographic coverage;investment survey;partnership arrangement;production capacity;financial source;private banking;rural employment;high poverty;payment system;lagging region;credit effectiveness;financing source;international waterway;farm household;credit demand;governmental regulation;living condition;independent assessment;catalytic effect;restructuring process;active engagement;internal fund;market infrastructure;wholesale banking;bank activity;Credit History;audited account;bank finance;basic standard;financial cooperatives;prior review;inherent risk;environmental consultant;financial environment;environmental specialist;financial health;microfinance institution;Rural Credit;minimum criteria;remote area;monitoring procedure;consolidation process;verification procedures;medium-sized enterprise;financial resource;retained earnings;safeguard classification;procurement arrangement;short-term financing

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