The original scope of services was designed to assess the feasibility of Chongqing-Guiyang railway project and prepare it for ADB financing. Given MOR's shift to the system-wide approach, the scope of services is no longer applicable and needs to be adapted to the current situation. The MFF for Railway Energy Efficiency and Safety Enhancement Investment Program with an amount of 1 billion was approved in December 2009. Based on the discussions with MOR, there may be as may as 6 to 8 tranches. For each tranche, ADB is required to do due diligence on items to be financed, cost estimates, economic nationale, safeguarsd, procurement, and institutional arrangements. To ensure proper due diligence a major change in scope and additional financing was approved.
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|Chongqing-Guiyang Railway Development Project||Oct 2008|
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