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Yugoslavia - Babin Kuk Tourism Project (الإنجليزية)

The Babin Kuk Project will establish a large integrated tourism complex on the South Adriatic Coast of Yugoslavia in the Republic of Croatia. The site for the project is a small peninsula, about 4 km to the north of the old walled city of Dubrovnik. Partly pine-covered, the area slopes gently from a high point to the sea. It has about 1.5 km of indented rocky coastline, and about 0.5 km to the northeast is the small island of Daksa which has sandy beaches and dense woods. Because of its topography the site offers panoramic views of the sea and surrounding islands, and it has a slightly more favorable climate than the old city. Besides the great scenic beauty of the mountains coastline, the palaces, churches and monasteries of the old city are tourism assets in themselves and provide a unique setting for a summer festival offering music, drama, opera and dance which is a major attraction for tourists. The project is one of the largest so far developed in Yugoslavia or elsewhere. It will include nine hotels with a total of about 5,000 beds; one hotel will be in the luxury class with 300 beds, four will be A class with 1,700 beds, and the remainder B class with 3,000 beds. The four B class hotels will operate seasonally (April-October).

تفاصيل

  • تاريخ الوثيقة

    1971/06/30

  • نوع الوثيقة

    تقرير عن التقييم المُسبق يعده موظفو البنك

  • رقم التقرير

    PT1

  • مجلد رقم

    1

  • عدد المجلدات

    1

  • البلد

    العالم,

  • المنطقة

    أوروبا وآسيا الوسطى,

  • تاريخ الإفصاح

    2010/06/20

  • حالة الافصاح

    Disclosed

  • اسم الوثيقة

    Yugoslavia - Babin Kuk Tourism Project

  • كلمة أساسية

    foreign exchange;water supply and sewerage;interest during construction;condition of effectiveness;increase in capacity;net foreign exchange;balance of payment;construction and operation;investment of funds;land use plan;construction site;world war ii;foreign exchange rate;arts and music;development of tourism;water and sewerage;construction and equipment;official exchange rate;per capita income;liberal entry policy;local currency financing;export of goods;subsidy on bank;gross national product;restrictions on entry;weights and measure;provision of service;classes of accommodation;growth in traffic;growth of traffic;Effective interest rate;improved transportation links;repair and maintenance;cost of construction;bid for construction;works of art;economies of scale;project costing;foreign visitors;management consultant;visitor night;mediterranean countries;foreign tourist;Management Systems;coastal resorts;investment cost;domestic cost;convertible currency;construction cost;contingency allowance;financial forecast;recreational purposes;dry summers;Green Zone;appraisal mission;price contingency;civil works;tourist traffic;traffic study;grace period;architectural design;recreational facility;charter flight;domestic tourism;tourist facilities;development policy;price market;parking space;air traffic;domestic tourists;management structure;engineering study;net profit;equity contribution;scenic beauty;tourist season;small fraction;tourist market;seasonal worker;income rise;housing shortage;staff housing;coastal mountains;competitive price;tourism industry;tourist industry;personal income;international hotel;federal tax;export industry;foreign management;Tourist Hotel;project administration;site development;net worth;financial growth;road system;private vehicle;road improvement;price trend;infrastructure program;foreign costs;operational systems;foreign demand;seasonal price;building permit;zoning regulation;summer season;municipal authority;city planning;sewage system;legal entity;operational management;Hotel Reservation;small island;legal entities;equipment manufacturer;commercial facilities;construction industry;untreated sewage;direct flight;port area;tourism facilities;professional service;aircraft movement;airport facility;financial structure;tourist resort;middle management;financial requirement;undeveloped land;working capital;commercial risk;local bank;long-term loan;federal subsidy;panoramic view;interest subsidy;potential liability;future debt;subsidiary company;sole shareholder;sandy beaches;future creditor;rising demand;tourism receipts;private venture;market price;field work;preparation mission;project identification;tourism investments;southern coast;Exchange Rates;foreign currency;road connection;equity capital;trade enterprise;financial analysis;international tourism;tourism sector;accommodation capacity;tourism asset;monthly temperature;management personnel;statistical appendix;Natural Resources;industrial nations;Financing plans;comparative advantage;coastal towns;tourist attraction;foreign component;existing capacity;commercial center;daily expenditure;recreation facilities;entertainment center;swimming pools;seasonal fluctuation;grey market;reservation system;project sponsor;retail business;general merchandise;sales growth;inflation hedge;public area;hotel accommodation;economic reform;Economic Management;real output;increased investment;industrial expansion;rising consumption;commodity export;Public Services;labor productivity;unemployment level;regional distribution;coffee shops;infrastructure facility;access road;South East;sewerage system;airport expansion;foreign bid;loan capital;adequate provision;street lead;international bidding;interior design;competitive bidding;loan negotiation;preferential margin;

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