The PPTA will help the Government implement the FSDS 2011- 2020 to reflect progress to 2013 and identify gaps and/or challenges within the financial sector that need to be addressed during 2011 2020. The key outputs of the TA will be (i) the detailed implementation assessment of the FSDS 2011-2020 to date, and (ii) a report of the sector diagnostic review with a medium-term program of reforms for FSP IV. The TA is estimated to cost $880,000 equivalent, of which $800,000 will be financed on a grant basis from the ADB TASF. The Government will finance the remaining $80,000 equivalent that will include counterpart staff, office space and other administrative support.
Latest Project Documents
|Fourth Financial Sector Program: Project Data Sheet (Khmer Translation)||Feb 2015|
|Fourth Financial Sector Program||Feb 2014|
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