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Country Partnership Framework for the Plurinational State of Bolivia for the Period FY16-FY20

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https://openknowledge.worldbank.org/handle/10986/23100
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Country Partnership Frameworks
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World Bank Group
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2015-12-23T15:13:38Z
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2015-12-23T15:13:38Z
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2015-11-04
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2017-12-14T05:23:32Z
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Bolivia’s distinct characteristics and aspirations are a key for understanding its development trajectory. Bolivia is one of the countries with the highest share of indigenous population, representing a tapestry of different groups with different historical, cultural and economic features, with a significant influence in policy decision making. The country is landlocked and one of the most sparsely populated in the world. As a result, long distances to the nearest seaports and markets and a challenging topography pose important natural constraints to economic expansion, and hamper broad-based and inclusive growth. Bolivia is also wealthy in natural resources, not only in hydrocarbon and in mining but in forestry and arable land, with high potential for growth, which make it vulnerable to commodity price shocks. In addition, in the last decade, the country has experienced a profound economic and political paradigm shift, enshrined in the 2009 Constitution, which has been predominantly driven by a state-led development model geared at addressing the social aspirations of Bolivians. The Agenda Patriótica provides the overall policy vision to 2025 and includes 13 strategic pillars. The PDES contains a five-year rolling plan with policy actions and budgets to operationalize the Agenda Patriótica. The overarching development agenda of the Government is still, by and large, based on an economic model that emphasizes state-led public investment, but which is increasingly opening up to private investment in important areas.
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http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/2015/12/25465220/bolivia-country-partnership-framework-period-fy16-fy20
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http://hdl.handle.net/10986/23502
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English
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en_US
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World Bank, 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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EMPLOYMENT
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FINANCIAL SERVICES
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REGULATORY FRAMEWORK
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ECONOMIC GROWTH
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ACCOUNTING
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DEPOSITS
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URBANIZATION
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POLICY ENVIRONMENT
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WASTE MANAGEMENT
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FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
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AUTONOMY
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CARBON
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INTEREST
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FACTORING
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LAWS
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EXPECTATIONS
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AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION
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INDUSTRY
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PRODUCERS
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RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
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LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
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STRATEGIES
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RESOURCE ALLOCATION
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LABOR FORCE
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WATER SUPPLY
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SERVICES
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RIVER BASINS
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SEWAGE
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PUBLIC SERVICES
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POLITICAL ECONOMY
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HOUSING
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REVENUES
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SOLID WASTE COLLECTION
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FISCAL POLICY
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SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT
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INCENTIVES
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ELECTRICITY SERVICES
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MODELS
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PROJECTS
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SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
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SAVING
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INFLATION
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ECONOMIC ANALYSIS
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MUNICIPALITIES
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SAFETY NETS
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RESOURCE USE
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PUBLIC POLICY
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FISCAL POLICIES
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EXPLOITATION
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OIL PRICES
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SAVINGS
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ARABLE LAND
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TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
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AIR POLLUTION
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OIL
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TRANSPORT
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POPULATION GROWTH
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PRODUCTIVITY
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OPTIONS
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MIGRATION
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MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENTS
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TRANSFERS
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FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
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CRITERIA
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BARRIERS TO ENTRY
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DEBT
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MARKETS
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LAND DEGRADATION
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LEGISLATION
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PUBLIC FINANCE
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POLLUTION
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FORESTRY
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WELFARE GAINS
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AQUIFERS
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LABOR
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LOANS
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ENTERPRISES
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NATURAL RESOURCES
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TRUST FUNDS
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SUBSIDIES
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LEGAL FRAMEWORK
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FINANCE
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EFFICIENCY
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GRANTS
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INFRASTRUCTURE
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BANKING SECTOR
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LAND USE
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BANKS
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RESOURCES
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EQUITY
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PRODUCTIVITY GROWTH
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SOCIAL SAFETY NETS
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TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE
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RURAL COMMUNITIES
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ACCOUNTABILITY
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INTERNATIONAL RESERVES
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CLIMATE CHANGE
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SOCIAL SERVICES
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ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
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VALUES
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PUBLIC POLICIES
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VALUE
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BANK
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CREDIT
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QUALITY STANDARDS
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LARGE CITIES
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DEFORESTATION
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DEMAND
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EQUITY INVESTMENTS
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SUSTAINABLE USE
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INCOME DISTRIBUTION
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EXPENDITURES
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ENVIRONMENTS
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PUBLIC TRANSPORT
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INTERNAL CONTROLS
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PROPERTY
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MANDATES
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DECISION MAKING
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FISCAL YEAR
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ENVIRONMENT
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SOIL DEGRADATION
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URBAN DEVELOPMENT
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TERMS OF TRADE
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PUBLIC DEBT
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MARKET COMPETITION
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ACCOUNTING SYSTEMS
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GOVERNANCE
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INSURANCE
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MICROFINANCE
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ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
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TRADE
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LAND
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DRINKING WATER
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RISK
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ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES
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COMPARATIVE ADVANTAGE
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FINANCIAL MARKETS
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SUBNATIONAL GOVERNMENTS
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INDIGENOUS PEOPLES
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DECENTRALIZATION
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INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT
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REVENUE
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RISK MANAGEMENT
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LENDING
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LIVING CONDITIONS
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RESOURCE OWNERSHIP
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PROPERTY VALUES
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PROFITS
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ENVIRONMENTAL
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COST SAVINGS
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PAYMENT SYSTEMS
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GOVERNMENTS
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HEALTH SERVICES
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PRICES
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INTERGOVERNMENTAL FISCAL RELATIONS
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PIT
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ECONOMIES
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AUDITING
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CONSOLIDATION
dc.title
Country Partnership Framework for the Plurinational State of Bolivia for the Period FY16-FY20
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Report
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2015-12-08
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Country Focus :: Country Assistance Strategy Document
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http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/2015/12/25465220/bolivia-country-partnership-framework-period-fy16-fy20
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25465220
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Bolivia
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Poverty Reduction :: Rural Poverty Reduction
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Health, Nutrition and Population :: Population Policies
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Finance and Financial Sector Development :: Banks & Banking Reform
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Finance and Financial Sector Development :: Access to Finance
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Environment :: Environmental Economics & Policies
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Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela Country Management Unit

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