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Progress report on implementation of IDA guarantee pilot program (الإنجليزية)

The pilot program to provide IDA guarantees to help promote private sector investment was approved by the Executive Directors in November 1997. The pilot was initially limited to US$300 million, which was increased to US$500 million in December 2000. It was agreed at the time of its approval that when commitments under the PRG program approached US$300 million a review would be submitted to the Executive Directors as a basis for consideration of its continuation. Commitments have now reached US$91.2 million, with US$190 million in the pipeline for approval in FY2002. The review of the pilot is being carried out at this time as a basis for considering the continuation of the IDA partial risk guarantee program during IDA13. This review indicates that there is general agreement among the parties directly involved-clients and Bank Group staff contacted in the course of this review-that the IDA Guarantee program has demonstrated its value. IDA guarantees can assist the financing of projects that not only enhance economic growth, thereby assisting poverty alleviation efforts, but also further the sector reform process. IDA guarantees can play a unique role, not feasible with any other available instrument, in facilitating private investment in countries that could not otherwise attract such investment. IDA guarantees have the potential, therefore, to be a useful element of the Bank's private sector development strategy.

تفاصيل

  • تاريخ الوثيقة

    2001/10/01

  • نوع الوثيقة

    تقرير مجلس المديرين التنفيذيين

  • رقم التقرير

    26468

  • مجلد رقم

    1

  • عدد المجلدات

    1

  • البلد

    العالم,

  • المنطقة

    مناطق العالم,

  • تاريخ الإفصاح

    2010/07/01

  • اسم الوثيقة

    Progress report on implementation of IDA guarantee pilot program

  • كلمة أساسية

    Payments for Goods and Services;private investment;skill base;private sector development strategy;performance of government contract;build own operate transfer;privatization of power generation;combined cycle power plant;reform process;country development objective;power purchase agreement;foreign direct investment;public service provision;poverty alleviation effort;commercial financing;private sector involvement;increase in capacity;power sector program;long term financing;establishment and maintenance;source of funding;financial sector reform;law and regulation;peak demand period;gas-fired power station;supply of power;export credit agencies;financial management capacity;sound financial footing;river power plant;commitment to policy;financial performance indicator;debt service reserve;debt service ratio;dispute resolution mechanism;breach of contract;competitive power sector;lack of knowledge;private infrastructure development;countries in transition;distribution loss reduction;flows of credit;debt service obligation;private sector operation;partial risk guarantee;national electricity grid;build operate transfer;improved service delivery;evaluation of results;poor financial management;kv transmission line;poverty alleviation program;sovereign risk;Counter Guarantee;guarantee program;blend country;foreign exchange;financing plan;pilot program;commercial lending;government obligation;guarantee fee;generation capacity;financing cost;power shortage;Financing plans;client responses;commercial lender;load shedding;commercial bank;scarce resource;political risk;debt finance;senior debt;payment obligation;Public Services;private capital;power tariff;tariff increase;private finance;equity contribution;mitigation measure;reform measure;general agreement;Gas Pipeline;private company;employment generation;financial benefit;power supply;country risk;positive impact;short-term credit;rural area;promoting competition;effective regulatory;distribution privatization;Commitment Fee;institutional framework;Rural Sector;electricity law;promoting growth;electric service;convertibility risk;public power;government subsidy;Government Performance;higher fee;service charges;efficiency gain;commercial activity;project debt;tariff level;electricity sector;important contributors;multilateral lender;port facility;water concession;financial feasibility;improved information;modern sector;privatization process;payback period;cycle plant;condition precedent;grace period;commercial term;investment opportunities;commercial debt;private investor;perceived risk;potential lender;financing package;maximum benefit;standard charge;consumption rate;transmission company;public company;financial soundness;financial problem;support policy;adequate tariff;loan payment;long-term financing;maturity period;international loan;credit market;legal action;currency convertibility;subordinated debt;equity component;Contractual obligations;financial health;Energy Sector;legal environment;generation system;government institution;payment risk;syndicated loan;national power;installment payment;transmission system;capital flow;guarantee product;electricity service;contractual payment;bank resource;repayment terms;guarantee commitment;project finance;development mission;sectoral reform;reform effort;fiscal saving;administrative measure;government support;airport privatisation;airport privatization;railway privatization;water sector;bank privatization;promotional effort;commercial loan;system improvement;increase growth;electricity shortage;financial closure;binding constraint;risk capital;infrastructure sector;legal basis;installed capacity;increased access;distribution company;accounting units;financial engineering;small credit;cash generation;

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