Public finance issues requiring urgent attention, including extremely low revenues, poor service delivery, high-level deficit, and the need to upgrade infrastructure facilities continue to be in the 11th FYP of India (FY2007-FY2011). Closely aligned with the priorities of the 11th FYP, ADB Draft Country Partnership Strategy (CPS 2009-2012) emphasizes supporting infrastructure development in urban sector, catalyzing investment through PPP, and overall improvement of development effectiveness. Strategy 2020 also indicates the urban sector as one of the key outcome areas to be monitored for development effectiveness.
Latest Project Documents
|India Municipal Finance Study||Jun 2013|
|Municipal Finance Matters: India Municipal Finance Study||Feb 2013|
|India Municipal Finance Study (Financed by the Republic of Korea e-Asia and Knowledge Partnership Fund)||Aug 2009|
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