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Private Solutions for Infrastructure in Angola : A Country Framework Report

ACCESS TO SAFE WATER ACCOUNTING ACTUAL USAGE AUTONOMY BANKING SYSTEM BASIC SANITATION BASIC SERVICES BOT BUDGET CONSTRAINTS BUILD-OWN BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT CAPITAL COSTS CAPITAL INVESTMENT CAPITAL INVESTMENT REQUIREMENTS CAPITALS CENTRAL GOVERNMENT COMMAND ECONOMY COMMERCIAL ENTERPRISES COMMUNAL STANDPIPES COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT CONCESSION CONTRACT CONCESSION CONTRACTS CREDIT RATING CUBIC METERS DEBT DEPRECIATION DISPUTE RESOLUTION DOMESTIC GAS ECONOMIC GROWTH EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENTS ELECTRIC POWER ELECTRICITY ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION COMPANY ELECTRICITY PRICES ELECTRICITY SECTOR EMPLOYMENT ENVIRONMENTAL EXTERNALITIES FINANCIAL DATA FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE FISCAL DEFICITS FISCAL DISCIPLINE FOREIGN BANKS FOREIGN EXCHANGE FREIGHT GAS GAS DISTRIBUTION GAS INDUSTRY GENERATION CAPACITY GOVERNMENT DEBT GOVERNMENT REFORM GOVERNMENT SPENDING GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT HOLDING COMPANY HYDRO POWER HYDRO POWER PLANTS INDEPENDENT REGULATION INDEPENDENT REGULATOR INFLATION INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS INFRASTRUCTURE SECTORS INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES INSURANCE INTEREST RATES INTERNATIONAL RESERVES INVESTMENT CAPITAL INVESTMENT IN INFRASTRUCTURE JOINT VENTURE KEY INFRASTRUCTURE LAND USE LAWS LEGAL FRAMEWORK LEGAL STATUS LEGISLATION LENDERS LEVEL PLAYING FIELD LICENSES LICENSING LNG LOCAL AUTHORITIES LONG DISTANCE MACROECONOMIC STABILIZATION MAINTENANCE CONTRACTS MAINTENANCE COSTS METER READING MORTALITY RATE NATIONAL BUDGET NATURAL GAS OPERATING COSTS OPERATING ENVIRONMENT OPERATIONAL PERFORMANCE PERFORMANCE STANDARDS POPULATION GROWTH POPULATION GROWTH RATE PORTS PRIVATE COMPANY PRIVATE INFRASTRUCTURE PRIVATE INVESTMENT PRIVATE INVESTORS PRIVATE OPERATOR PRIVATE OPERATORS PRIVATE OWNERSHIP PRIVATE PARTICIPATION PRIVATE PROVIDERS PRIVATE SECTOR PRIVATE SECTOR INVOLVEMENT PRIVATE SECTOR PARTICIPATION PRIVATE SECTOR REPRESENTATIVES PRIVATE SERVICE PROVIDERS PRIVATIZATION PRODUCTIVITY PROVISIONS PUBLIC PUBLIC ENTERPRISES PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE PUBLIC PROCUREMENT PUBLIC SECTOR PUBLIC WATER PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS PUBLIC WORKS RAILWAY SYSTEMS RAW WATER REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT REGULATORY FRAMEWORK REGULATORY FRAMEWORKS REVENUE COLLECTION RISK FACTORS ROADS SANITATION SANITATION FACILITIES SANITATION SERVICES SERVICE PROVIDER SERVICE PROVIDERS SEWAGE SOLID WASTE SOLID WASTE COLLECTION SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT STREETS SUBSIDIARY SUPPLY CHAIN SUPPLY GROWTH TAX TAXATION TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TELECOMMUNICATIONS TELEPHONE SERVICES TRAFFIC TRANSFERABILITY TRANSPORT TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE TRANSPORT SECTOR UNBUNDLING URBAN AREAS URBAN CENTERS URBAN INFRASTRUCTURE URBAN WATER USER CHARGES UTILITIES WASTE MANAGEMENT WASTEWATER COMPANY WASTEWATER TREATMENT WATER WATER LAW WATER REGULATOR WATER SECTOR WATER SECTOR DEVELOPMENT WATER SUPPLY WATER SUPPLY SERVICE WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS WATER SYSTEM WATER TREATMENT
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Washington, DC: World Bank
Africa | Central Africa | Sub-Saharan Africa | Angola
2012-06-07T15:09:13Z | 2012-06-07T15:09:13Z | 2005

The Country Framework Report (CFR) for Angola is one of a series of country reviews aimed at improving the environment for private sector involvement in infrastructure. The report seeks to assist the Government of Angola in developing policies, and a framework to promote private participation in the rebuilding, and development of the country's infrastructure. Following the years of conflict, and the resulting damage to the country's infrastructure, as well as the negative impacts on economic growth and development, the country's investment needs are enormous. This study is particularly focused on how to maximize the private sector's role and contribution. The report's scope is on investment in infrastructure in the following sectors: electricity and gas; water and sanitation; transport; and, telecommunications. For each sector, a separate section in the report covers the current situation, opportunities for private sector participation in infrastructure (PPI), PPI barriers, and, measures and actions to promote more private involvement. A further section covers cross-sectoral issues. This CFR concludes with an action plan that identifies the steps that need to be taken to promote, encourage, and facilitate PPI in the short, medium, and long term.

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