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Leveraging Oil and Gas Industry for the Development of a Competitive Private Sector in Uganda

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https://openknowledge.worldbank.org/handle/10986/2184
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Country Economic Memorandum
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World Bank
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2015-05-19T20:33:33Z
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2015-05-19T20:33:33Z
dc.date.issued
2015-03-25
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The study represents a background study for the proposed Uganda Country Economic Memorandum (CEM), which seeks to address the issue of efficient use of oil resources and examine synergies between the oil industry and the rest of the economy, through growth poles or linkages. The oil industry can help Uganda to promote robust growth in the economy. However, it is important to keep in mind that it will take a number of years until oil revenues start flowing into Uganda s economy. After the Final Investment Decision (FID) is reached, it will take time to develop the oil fields and start oil production. In the meantime, there are immediate opportunities opening up for Uganda s businesses to supply the oil industry with goods and services. In most cases, Uganda s suppliers, especially micro, small and medium enterpises (MSMEs), are not expected to become first tier contractors to the International Oil Company (IOCs). The main objective of this study is to provide recommendations to the Government of Uganda (GoU) on policies and strategies of leveraging the oil discoveries for the development of the national economy in order to transform the oil resources into sustained growth. The study reviews the typology of policies for local sourcing used in the world. It includes ample examples of other countries experiences with developing their local content policies and providing support to priority sectors to boost local content which could be useful for Uganda from the standpoint of lessons learned. The study conducts a detailed analysis of the binding constraints faced by domestic oil and gas suppliers in Uganda, takes stock of existing national content support initiatives and identifies areas which are in urgent need of further support. The study examines how the oil sector can be used as a driver of agriculture and fisheries sectors in the Albertine Region and other regions of Uganda from the standpoint of food supply to the oil camps.
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http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/2015/03/24398310/uganda-leveraging-oil-gas-industry-development-competitive-private-sector-uganda
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http://hdl.handle.net/10986/21916
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English
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en_US
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Washington, DC
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CC BY 3.0 IGO
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World Bank
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http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/igo/
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ADVERSE EFFECTS
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AGRICULTURE
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APPROACH
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AQUACULTURE
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ASSESSMENT PROGRAM
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AVAILABILITY
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BALANCE
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BILATERAL TRADE
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BIRDS
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CAPACITY BUILDING
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CAPITAL MARKETS
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CARBON
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CARBON ATOMS
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CARBON DIOXIDE
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CEMENT
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CHEMICAL PRODUCTS
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COMPARATIVE ADVANTAGES
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COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE
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CONCESSION
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CONSUMERS
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CRUDE OIL
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DEMAND FOR ENERGY
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DEVELOPMENT DRILLING
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DEVELOPMENT POLICIES
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DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY
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DIESEL
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DIESEL ENGINES
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DISASTER PREVENTION
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DOMESTIC OIL
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DRILLING ACTIVITY
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EFFICIENT USE
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ELECTRICITY
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EMPLOYMENT
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ENERGY SECURITY
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EXPLORATION PROCESS
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EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRIES
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FIELD DEVELOPMENT PLAN
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FINANCIAL SECTOR
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FUEL
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FUEL OIL
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GAS COMPANY
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GAS EXPLORATION
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GAS FIELD
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GAS INDUSTRY
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GAS OIL
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GAS OPERATIONS
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GAS PIPELINES
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GAS POLICY
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GAS SUPPLIERS
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GASOLINE
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GDP
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GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
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GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT
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GROWTH POTENTIAL
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HYDROGEN
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HYDROGEN SULFIDE
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INCOME
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INDUSTRIALIZATION
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INEFFICIENCY
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INTERNATIONAL OIL COMPANIES
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KEROSENE
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LAND USE
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LDCS
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LICENSEE
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LNG
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LUBRICANTS
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MILLION TONS OF OIL
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MINERAL
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MOTOR FUEL
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MULTINATIONAL CORPORATIONS
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NATIONAL ECONOMY
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NATIONAL INCOME
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NATIONAL OIL
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NATURAL GAS
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NATURAL GAS PRODUCTION
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NATURAL RESOURCES
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NDP
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NONRENEWABLE RESOURCE
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OFFSHORE DRILLING
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OFFSHORE OIL
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OIL
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OIL AMP; GAS
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OIL AND GAS
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OIL AND GAS SECTOR
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OIL COMPANY
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OIL DISCOVERIES
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OIL DISCOVERY
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OIL EXPLORATION
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OIL EXTRACTION
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OIL FIELD
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OIL FIELDS
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OIL INDUSTRY
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OIL PRODUCER
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OIL PRODUCERS
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OIL PRODUCING
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OIL PRODUCING COUNTRIES
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OIL PRODUCTION
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OIL PRODUCTS
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OIL REFINERY
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OIL RESERVES
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OIL RESOURCES
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OIL REVENUES
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OIL RIGS
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OIL SECTOR
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OIL SPILL
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ORGANIC MATERIAL
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PETROCHEMICAL INDUSTRY
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PETROCHEMICALS
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PETROL
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PETROLEUM
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PETROLEUM COKE
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PETROLEUM EXPLORATION
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PETROLEUM INDUSTRY
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PETROLEUM LEGISLATION
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PETROLEUM SECTOR
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PIPELINE
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PIPES
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PLASTICS
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POLITICAL ECONOMY
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POLLUTION
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POLLUTION CONTROL
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PRICE COMPETITIVENESS
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PRIMARY DISTRIBUTION
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PRIVATE SECTOR
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PRODUCTION SHARING CONTRACTS
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RAW MATERIAL
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REFINERIES
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REFINERY
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REFINING
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SHIPS
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SOURCE OF ENERGY
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SUBSOIL USERS
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SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
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TAX INCENTIVES
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TAXATION
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TELECOMMUNICATIONS
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TRANSITIONAL ARRANGEMENTS
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URUGUAY ROUND
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VEHICLES
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VESSELS
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WAGES
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WASTE
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WASTE MANAGEMENT
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WAXES
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WEALTH
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WEALTH CREATION
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WIND
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WIND POWER
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WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION
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WTO
dc.title
Leveraging Oil and Gas Industry for the Development of a Competitive Private Sector in Uganda
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Report
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okr.date.disclosure
2015-04-20
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Economic & Sector Work
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Economic & Sector Work :: Country Economic Memorandum
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http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/2015/03/24398310/uganda-leveraging-oil-gas-industry-development-competitive-private-sector-uganda
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Energy and Extractives
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Trade and Competitiveness
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yes
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000442464_20150420122912
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24398310
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ACS12528
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en
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http://www-wds.worldbank.org/external/default/WDSContentServer/WDSP/IB/2015/04/20/000442464_20150420122912/Rendered/PDF/ACS125280REVIS0itive0Private0Sector.pdf
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okr.region.administrative
Africa
okr.region.country
Uganda
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Public Administration, Law, and Justice :: Public administration- Energy and mining
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Finance :: Micro- and SME finance
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Energy and mining :: Oil and gas
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Industry and trade :: Other industry
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Financial and private sector development :: Small and medium enterprise support
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Financial and private sector development :: Other financial and private sector development
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Trade and integration :: Export development and competitiveness
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Oil Refining Gas Industry
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Energy :: Energy and Environment
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Economic Theory Research
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Energy :: Energy Production and Transportation
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Environment :: Environment and Energy Efficiency
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Industry
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Macroeconomics and Economic Growth
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Trade Compet - GP - IBRD (GTCDR)

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