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Belarus - Country assistance strategy (Inglês)

The Belarus Country Assistance Strategy (CAS) for 2002-2004 (the third CAS since the country gained independence ten years ag0) has been prepared jointly by an IBRD-IFC team. The strategy fully integrates Bank and IFC interventions, particularly in the key area of private sector development. World Bank Group assistance to Belarus has ben limited in the last seven years, and the previous FY99 CAS set a strict trigger for resumption of IBRD lending to Belarus. This trigger (exchange rate unification) was met in September 2000. Since that time, quality and intensity of dialogue between the country and the Bank have improved. This proposed strategy seeks to advance cooperation with Belarus in critical areas to help the country open up its economy and society, minimize social and environmental risks, and address global public goods concerns. This document reflects the results of extensive consultations with the Government and civil society held across Belarus during March-December 2001, as well as in-depth discussions with other partners in development.


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    Documento sobre Estratégias de Assistência ao País

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    Europa e Ásia Central,

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    Belarus - Country assistance strategy

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    small and medium size enterprise;small and medium enterprise;macroeconomic stability and growth;hard budget constraint;vulnerable segments of society;Management of Public Finance;domestic demand for import;protection property right;unification of exchange rate;Housing and Communal Services;business environment;small town water supply;improvements in energy efficiency;emissions of air pollutant;civil society;current account deficit;exchange rate unification;price control;Private Sector Growth;families with child;border control policy;access to land;foreign direct investment;Public Finance Management;acceleration of inflation;Water and Energy;cost of production;system of price;consultations with stakeholders;social and environmental;global public good;standard of living;private sector activity;civil society institution;minimum consumption basket;high poverty rate;energy efficiency measure;crude birth rate;active civil society;common currency area;structure of production;application of law;constraints to growth;poor financial situation;assets of state;economies in transition;confiscation of property;means of production;social protection system;civil society voice;international human right;crude death rate;share of export;adult male mortality;Sexually Transmitted Disease;land use right;natural population growth;health care financing;health policy note;public sector budget;allocation of resource;lack of alternative;delivery of health;private sector employment;harassment by police;risk of poverty;high poverty incidence;rate of inflation;poverty among pensioner;tight monetary policy;single parent household;official exchange rate;current account surplus;provision of credit;parallel market rate;foreign exchange market;performance of state;bank assistance;incidence of poverty;Support for Agriculture;national poverty line;



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