The expected impact of the TA is the strengthened environmental sustainability in PRC. The outcome of the TA is a set of well-prepared policy advice and recommendations on how to utilize the market-based instruments to supplement and strengthen the existing water pollution management system. The TA is expected to help PRC to introduce and establish long-term and market-based mechanism, which will help the country to achieve the water pollution control target in a more effective manner.
The TA will have the following major components:
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|Policy Study on Market-Based Instruments for Water Pollution Control||Sep 2011|
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