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Road-Investment-Planning - About the Road Sector Investment...

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Pacific Studies Series AN EXAMPLE OF GOOD PRACTICE Road Sector Investment Planning in the Pacific Timor-Leste
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Pacific Studies Series AN EXAMPLE OF GOOD PRACTICES Road Sector Investment Planning in the Pacifi c Timor-Leste Marcelo J. Minc and Gregory R. Gajewski July 2007
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© 2007 Asian Development Bank All rights reserved. Published 2007. Printed in the Philippines. Cataloging-in Publication Data Publication Stock No. 031907 Asian Development Bank ADB study on road sector planning and investment in Timor-Leste 1. Asian Development Bank. 2. Road Sector Planning 3. Timor-Leste ±e views expressed in the paper are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the Asian Development Bank or its Board of Governors or the government they represent. ±e Asian Development Bank does not guarantee the accuracy of the data included in this publication and accepts no responsibility for any consequence of their use. Use of the term “country” does not imply any judgment by the authors or the Asian Development Bank as to the legal or other status of any territorial entity.
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Acknowledgment Tis knowledge product reflects the work and effort of many people and institutions. Te authors thank the feasibility study team, led by Dag Vegger, who completed the study in record time but yet to high professional standards. Many staff of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) contributed numerous useful comments during the review stage of the study and this paper. We gratefully acknowledge the substantial inputs from Pierre Bouchaud and Miho Ihara, Economists with the Louis Berger Group, Inc. Special thanks are extended to the Ministry of ±ransport, Communications, and Public Works of the Democratic Republic of ±imor-Leste for their willingness to help ADB and the study team, on a daily basis, regarding all technical, financial, and institutional issues. We also extend thanks to the staff at other numerous Ministries and the Prime Minister’s Office for their support and inputs during the feasibility study. Te stakeholders who attended the study’s many workshops also deserve special mention. Finally, our sincere thanks to all those who responded to our surveys and interviews; without their cooperation the study would have not been possible. Te feasibility study was financed by ADB, directed by Marcelo J. Minc, and conducted by the Louis Berger Group, Inc., in cooperation with Kai Watu Kmanek-Consultants (KWK) in ±imor-Leste.
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Foreword Te Asian Development Bank (ADB) has been extensively involved in assisting countries in the Asia and Pacific region to use road investment programs, through technical assistance, loans, and grants, as a spearhead for sustainable development and poverty reduction. Tis publication, as part of the Pacific Studies Series, provides development practitioners and the governments of ADB’s Pacific developing member countries (DMCs) with analyses promoting poverty alleviation and sustainable development. Te
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