ADB and the Government of Punjab in India are working together to improve the state's finances so that it can better deliver government services. The state is undertaking a comprehensive fiscal consolidation program to free up money that can be spent on health, education, power, and public works. The program is also addressing environmental issues through improved targeting of free power for irrigation. The program is expected to create adequate fiscal space for augmenting development spending in the state.
Latest Project Documents
|Program Agreement for Punjab Development Finance Program||Nov 2014|
|Loan Agreement for Punjab Development Finance Program||Nov 2014|
|Punjab Development Finance Program: Report and Recommendation of the President||Oct 2014|
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