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Country Partnership Framework the Arab Republic of Egypt for the Period FY2015-2019

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Abstract: The World Bank Group (WBG) Country Partnership Framework (CPF) for Egypt forFY15-19 has been prepared at an important juncture in Egypt’s history to support transformational changes to the economic and social space. It builds on the Government of Egypt’s (GOE) medium-term strategy and national priorities for economic development, responds to client demands, and is informed by consultations with a broad array of stakeholders in Egypt. At the same time, the CPF proposes selective interventions in line with the development priorities of the Systematic Country Diagnostic (SCD) for Egypt, and draws on the WBG’s comparative advantage. This program will also seek to implement the new MENA Regional strategy, especially the pillars on renewing the social contract, supporting economic recovery, and promoting regional cooperation. The CPF supports a transformative program to renew the social contract to support private sector job creation, social inclusion, and enhanced governance. The WBG is moving towards more than doubling its lending program compared to the recent past, to a total of about $8 billion over FY15-19, of which an indicative amount of about $6 billion is requested by the authorities to come from IBRD and about $2 billion from IFC. The actual volume and pace of IBRD lending will dependon the implementation of the program, including the ability to address macroeconomic risks, choice of instruments and economic performance in the course of the CPF period, continued Government interest in IBRD financing, and on IBRD’s lending capacity and demands from other borrowers. Similarly, the actual investments by IFC and guarantees by MIGA during the CPF period will depend on improvements in macroeconomic stability and progress in investmentclimate reforms that would boost investor confidence and facilitate greater private sector participation.
Type: Report
Country Focus :: Country Assistance Strategy Document
Link: http://hdl.handle.net/10986/23501
Subject: TARIFFS
RECLAMATION
UNEMPLOYMENT RATES
ECONOMIC GROWTH
RENEWABLE RESOURCES
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
POLICY ENVIRONMENT
ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION
FOSSIL FUELS
AIR QUALITY
WASTE MANAGEMENT
CARBON
EXPECTATIONS
LAND RECLAMATION
PROPERTY RIGHTS
BALANCE OF PAYMENTS
RESOURCE ALLOCATION
LABOR FORCE
EMISSIONS
REVENUES
ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES
INCENTIVES
MODELS
EMPIRICAL STUDIES
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
CONDITIONALITY
AUDITS
DEFICIT FINANCING
ECONOMIC ACTIVITY
OIL PRICES
WASTE MANAGEMENT
CROWDING OUT
AIR POLLUTION
OIL
AIR POLLUTION
GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS
CAPITAL GAINS
POPULATION GROWTH
HIGH UNEMPLOYMENT
CAPITAL FORMATION
CONSUMER PROTECTION
ECONOMIC EXCHANGE
OPTIONS
OPEC
SUSTAINABLE WATER
DEBT
ALLOCATIVE EFFICIENCY
LAND DEGRADATION
POLLUTION
BENEFIT ANALYSIS
ECONOMIC POLICIES
AQUIFERS
DIVIDENDS
URBAN AIR POLLUTION
NATURAL RESOURCES
SUBSIDIES
FINANCE
EFFICIENCY
CARBON EMISSIONS
TAXES
TAX REFORMS
ACCESS TO INFORMATION
LAND USE
GOVERNMENT SECURITIES
RESOURCES
UNEMPLOYMENT
ENERGY CONSUMPTION
EQUITY
POLICY‐MAKERS
CONSUMPTION
PRODUCTIVITY GROWTH
ECONOMIC IMPACT
RURAL COMMUNITIES
POLICY MAKERS
WAGES
CLIMATE CHANGE
ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY
ELECTRICITY DEMAND
CROWDING‐OUT
MARKET PRICES
POLICY MAKERS
BANK
CREDIT
QUALITY STANDARDS
DEMAND
CPI
ABATEMENT
SUSTAINABLE GROWTH
PUBLIC EXPENDITURES
ELECTRICITY GENERATION
POLLUTION ABATEMENT
EXPENDITURES
PROPERTY
ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION
DECISION MAKING
POLLUTION ABATEMENT
ENVIRONMENT
SOIL DEGRADATION
ECONOMIC SITUATION
SECURITIES
WASTE DISPOSAL
ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES
ENERGY EFFICIENCY
NATURAL RESOURCE BASE
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
TRADE
LAND
AIR QUALITY
COMMERCIAL BANKS
ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES
COMPARATIVE ADVANTAGE
COAL
FARMS
WATER POLLUTION
REVENUE
POLLUTION CONTROL
CLEAN TECHNOLOGY
HIGH UNEMPLOYMENT
SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH
RISK MANAGEMENT
LIVING CONDITIONS
TAX REFORM
ENVIRONMENTAL
POLLUTION CONTROL
PRICES
CONSUMER PROTECTION
ECONOMIES
PUBLIC GOODS
COMPETITION




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