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India - Madhya Pradesh Urban Development Project (英语)

The purpose of the project is to improve urban services, including area development, slum upgrading, and sanitation, in up to ten cities in the State of Madhya Pradesh and to strengthen national, state and local institutions involved in policy, planning and implementation of urban development projects. The project would directly benefit over 55,000 households under the area development and slum upgrading programs and some 500,000 people would benefit from improved sanitation facilities. The main project risks include delay in land acquisition for area development and limited capacity of the implementing agencies to handle this new kind of project. These constraints were kept in view in designing the project's size, scope and institutional strengthening measures. These considerations and the steps already taken by the state in land acquisition and in the recruitment of consultants required for institutional strengthening should minimize these risks.


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    India - Madhya Pradesh Urban Development Project

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    balance of payment;water supply and sewerage;rate of population growth;increase in interest rate;transmission and distribution network;rate of population increase;annual per capita income;domestic capital goods industry;economic and financial analysis;low income group;current account deficit;safe water supply;annual interest rate;agriculture and industry;Solid Waste Management;family planning program;oil price increases;Public Sector Enterprises;slum upgrading program;gross national saving;sites and services;agricultural production;urban development;foreign saving;village water supply;variable interest rate;adult literacy campaign;increase in capacity;supply of credit;service and infrastructure;interest rate structure;land use control;reduction in poverty;development finance institution;service delivery institution;world financial market;water conveyance system;public sector resource;decline in agriculture;urban housing stock;gross domestic investment;population growth rate;reproductive age group;applicable interest rate;gdp growth rate;external public debt;savings and investment;total debt service;procurement and distribution;increase in inflation;per capita term;assessment of need;level of private;improved sanitation facilities;allocation of power;local resource mobilization;future income growth;return to investment;high growth rate;availability of power;international oil price;access to import;provision of service;exploration and development;technical advisory body;terms of trade;current account balance;rate of inflation;transfer of fund;low cost housing;Foreign Exchange Reserve;natural resource base;external capital requirement;oil import bill;urban population;basic infrastructure;trade deficit;urban service;price stability;front-end fee;grace period;external borrowing;Urban Planning;Power Generation;concessional assistance;urban sector;institutional strengthening;power shortage;municipal corporation;coal production;land development;land acquisition;import policy;comparative advantage;high capital;external assistance;rail transport;financing requirement;real gdp;world market;import substitution;Economic Policy;investment program;commercial borrowing;industrial sector;public saving;municipal government;project costing;metropolitan area;oil production;capacity utilization;external resource;commercial term;indian states;agricultural input;productive capacity;existing capacity;urban growth;small farmer;living standard;financial viability;project finance;sound management;severe shortage;street cleaning;town development;serviced land;primate city;Municipal Finance;supervisory responsibility;financial system;sliding scale;budget system;land pricing;adequate financing;Property tax;refuse collection;administrative cost;net worth;municipal revenue;urban lending;loan appraisal;local management;water system;octroi tax;energy development;infrastructure sector;infrastructural bottleneck;municipal law;urban land;squatter settlement;wholesale price;industrial growth;housing development;building technology;export market;increased competition;stamp tax;trend growth;informal sector;secure tenure;building permit;grant funds;low-income group;institutional improvement;agricultural pursuits;working population;commercial center;Population Density;urban investment;bus fare;water tariff;market center;urban slum;metropolitan city;urban problem;long-term growth;export credit;market force;government action;land reform;land redistribution;rural artisan;human capital;rural health;institutional infrastructure;community health;exploration activity;energy prospect;commercial source;external balance;export volume;tax concession;financial commitment;domestic consumption;domestic petroleum;domestic crude;domestic capacity;capacity expansion;adjustment effort;rural population;import growth;petroleum product;adjustment program;investment rate;domestic saving;medium-term framework;commercial capital;net aid;project risk;limited capacity;negative effect