Public Sector Investment Programme for 1970-73

by Southern Rhodesia. Ministry of Finance.

Publisher: Govt. Printer in [Salisbury?

Written in English
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LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 5182, D-1463 (H)
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Paginationp. 9-11.
Number of Pages11
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LC Control Number84165880

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1 See appendix C for the definition of public sector and other terms. 2 IFAC Public Sector Committee, Governance in the Public Sector: A Governing Body Perspective (). 3 In some countries, the major source of income is profit from government owned companies.

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The Public Sector Investment Programme and Related Policy Recommendations [Back to Top] A. Composition of the Public Sector Investment Programme The medium-term investment programme (1) will amount to US$1, million, of which external financing will account for US$ million or 88 percent and domestic resources the remainder.

priority programs; but (ii) including in the multiyear program ongoing programs and only those new programs that are included in the annual budget currently under preparation or for which financing is certain.

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The effectiveness of the program can be changed, even if the program itself cannot be altered. 4. Restricted range of options to correct problems.

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