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Bolivia - Regulatory Reform and Capitalization Technical Assistance Project (anglais)

The Regulatory Reform and Capitalization Technical Assistance Project will provide support to: (i) strengthen the capacity of the Ministry of Capitalization to conduct the sector reform and capitalization process for six sectors (hydrocarbons, electricity, telecommunication, railway, aviation, smelter/mining); (ii) help establish the regulatory agency, Comision Nacional Reguladora (National Regulatory Commission); (iii) develop specific reform strategies, legislation and regulations for the reorganization of the telecommunications sector and the subsequent capitalization of Empresa Nacional de Telecomunicaciones (National Telecom Company); and (iv) develop a similar program for the aviation sector, which deals not only with the capitalization of Lloyd Aereo Boliviano (National Bolivian Airline), but also the divestiture of the airports authority Adminstracion Autonoma de Servicios Auxiliares a la Navegacion Aerea (Airports Administration Company), and the two smaller state-owned airlines Transportes Aereos Bolivianos and Transportes Aereos Militares.

Information

  • Date du document

    1994/06/14

  • Type de document

    Mémorandum et recommandation du Président

  • Numéro du rapport

    P6345

  • Volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Pays

    Bolivie,

  • Région

    Amérique latine et Caraïbes,

  • Date de publication

    2014/07/10

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Titre du rapport

    Bolivia - Regulatory Reform and Capitalization Technical Assistance Project

  • Mots clé

    financial sector adjustment;Empresa Nacional de Electricidad;discounted cash flow valuation;legislative branch of government;telecommunications law and regulation;local competitive bidding;legal and regulatory framework;procurement of consultant service;capitalization program;communication strategy;procurement and disbursement;public opinion survey;telecommunications sector reform;legislation and regulation;source of financing;technical assistance program;public information campaign;gross domestic product;Standard Bidding Documents;country assistance strategy;regulation of utility;sources of fund;session of congress;areas of tariff;emergency social fund;independent regulatory agency;accounting and reporting;class of service;Country Assistance Strategies;competitive bidding process;public bidding process;Merger and Acquisitions;privatization of telecommunication;security of tenure;skilled human resource;procurement arrangement;social sector expenditure;cost of import;private sector entry;public telecommunications network;public decision making;sectoral reform;price regulation;draft law;regulatory institution;aviation sector;financial consultant;strategic investor;project costing;private investment;potential investor;Financing plans;telecommunications service;Success Fee;regulatory activity;private investor;focus group;tariff structure;Judicial Reform;local company;airport authority;regulatory responsibility;local telephone;transition period;transport industry;government share;concession arrangement;local network;regulatory environment;budgetary resource;regulatory matter;arbitrary removal;agency personnel;interconnection charges;private enterprise;international network;enforcement process;regulatory entity;benefit assessment;transfer payment;regulatory arrangement;management control;central administration;transitional period;disbursement arrangement;telephone density;government regulation;open competition;government plan;investment resource;accounting standard;ongoing support;rural area;financial resource;voice service;exclusive right;train activity;penetration level;service cooperatives;international accounting;asset inventory;qualified consultant;Fixed Assets;financial statement;debt service;short period;accounting standards;community relation;regulatory process;public official;price cap;profit margin;media relation;Administrative law;initial tariff;automatic adjustment;foreign investor;data transmission;administrative justice;private line;specific issue;appeal process;fax machine;environmental law;legal procedure;legal audits;legal specialist;draft legislation;commercial transaction;telecommunications regulatory;equipment purchase;environmental liability;privatization experience;prior review;investment banker;foreign expenditure;local expenditure;amount due;mineral exploration;urban development;work increases;exchange adjustments;extensive use;adjustment program;improved public;Technology Transfer;annual investment;human capital;basic infrastructure;public perception;skilled staff;political difficulty;regulatory capacity;long-term risk;infrastructure sector;counterpart fund;cofinancing agreements;suitable alternative;procurement authority;support policy;reporting requirement;financial reporting;agreed schedule;environmental aspect;environmental audit;adequate supervision;local good;retroactive financing;Public Services;divestiture process;independent fund;frequency monitoring;divestiture program;share value;consumer welfare;privatization transaction;purchase price;government representative;computer hardware;financing package;airport system;government grant;french franc;budgetary allocation;foreign consultant;sector restructuring;consulting contract;procurement staff;share ownership;fiduciary institution;transparency requirement;regulated sectors;satisfactory manner;reform strategy;railway sector;Advisory services;procurement process;administrative support;core functions;regulatory expert;specialized equipment

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