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    Detailed Analysis and Background Documents

    Reports & Research
    Training Resources & Tools
    May, 2016

    This report responds to a request from the Government of Timor-Leste (GoTL) and Dr. Mari Alkatiri. The request was for World Bank assistance to collaborate on a range of studies relating to opportunities in the special economic zone, including community development, trade and competitiveness, and regional integration. The analysis builds on a situation analysis prepared by the Zona Especial de Economia Social de Mercado (ZEESM) authority in March 2014.

  2. Library Resource

    Leveraging Trade Agreements

    Reports & Research
    Training Resources & Tools
    June, 2016
    Malaysia, Eastern Asia, Oceania

    The MEM is the World Bank's biannual flagship publication on Malaysia. It provides analysis of recent economic developments and the near-term outlook for Malaysia. Each publication also focuses on a special topic related to Malaysia's transformation into a high-income economy. Malaysia is at the forefront of a "new generation" of trade agreements that will shape trade and investment over the next decade.

  3. Library Resource
    April, 1985

    The law manages land for agricultural purposes, such as farmlands, plains, peasants, highlands, terraced lands, licensed forest lands, riverside lands, islands, natural grasslands(even though they are growing or left empty), lakes, ponds and dams outside the fishing areas.

  4. Library Resource
    June, 2015

    This report provides a baseline
    institutional and regulatory assessment of the oil and gas,
    mining (including jade and gemstones) and the hydropower
    sectors in Myanmar. As such the report is an input to
    Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) in
    Myanmar. However, it is not exhaustive with respect to all
    the sectors that may be considered under a scoping study for
    EITI .This report is the first in-depth study of the context

  5. Library Resource
    December, 2015

    Seventy years after independence and
    more than a decade of political and institutional reforms,
    Indonesia has emerged as a stable democracy. Indonesia’s
    achievements are now under stress, with a slowdown in its
    commodity driven economy, stagnant rates of poverty
    reduction, and rapidly rising inequality. The development
    policy review, completed in 2014, and the systematic country
    diagnostic (SCD), completed in 2015, explain the limited

  6. Library Resource
    March, 2016
    South-Eastern Asia

    This Systematic Country Diagnostic (SCD)
    covers eight small Pacific island countries (PIC8):
    Kiribati, Marshall Islands, the Federated States of
    Micronesia, Palau, Samoa, Tonga, Tuvalu, and Vanuatu. The
    objective of the SCD is to identify the most critical
    constraints and opportunities facing the PIC8 to meet the
    global goals of ending absolute poverty and boosting shared
    prosperity in a sustainable manner. The report is intended

  7. Library Resource
    November, 2015

    Robust GDP growth continues, and real
    growth for 2014 has been revised up by the authorities to
    7.1 percent from an earlier estimate of 7.0 percent. Strong
    domestic demand, boosted by a construction boom and
    accommodated by high domestic credit growth, helps offset
    the moderation in export growth with the slowdown of the
    garment, tourism and agriculture sectors observed in the
    first half of 2015. As an oil importer, the country benefits

  8. Library Resource
    November, 2015

    The systematic country diagnostic (SCD)
    is designed to identify the most critical binding
    constraints and opportunities facing Indonesia in ending
    extreme poverty and boosting shared prosperity. In line with
    the World Bank Group’s (WBG’s) new country engagement model,
    the findings of the SCD will provide inputs for the
    preparation of the country partnership framework (CPF),
    which will outline the WBG’s engagement with Indonesia to

  9. Library Resource
    February, 2016

    In 2012, the World Bank initiated the
    building urban resilience in East Asia program, aimed at
    increasing the resilience of cities to disasters and the
    impact of climate change by using a risk-based approach to
    making public investment decisions. The objective is to
    demonstrate a scalable methodology and practical tools for
    risk assessment that can be used for city-level investment
    decisions. This activity started with engaging selected

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