Resource Corridor Development in Afghanistan. Gold. Oil Gas. Precious Stones. Coal. Oil Gas. Cu. Rare Earth. Fe. Lead Zinc. Cu. Tin Tungsten. Copper Gold. Copper Tin. Michael Stanley, Mining Lead World Bank Group September 23, 2011 Washington, D.C. . Uranium. Copper Gold.
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Michael Stanley, Mining Lead
World Bank Group
September 23, 2011
An opportunity to leverage economic growth and diversification
Amu Darya Basin(2011)
Aynak Copper (2010)
Transition: Sustained Growth Building on Governance Achievements
EITI Transparency Initiative
Sustainable Resource Corridors: Integrated, inclusive growth
World Bank Technical Assistance
SDNRP $40 mil 2006
SDNRP II $52 mil 2011
Other Donor Technical Assist.
US AID, DFID, NORAD, US DoD
Resource Corridors: A Programmatic Approach Building Adsorptive Capacities
Resource Corridors: Adsorptive Capacities A spatial / temporal approach building adsorptive capacities
Local National Regional
PPP infrastructure / risk management
Economic Linkages / Enterprise Dev.
Eminent Domain / land reform
Resource Corridors: A Spatial / Temporal Summary Adsorptive Capacities
Input: Power or water
Economic diversification, clusters
Zone of Economic / cultural impact
World Bank Group
Leverage investments for sustained economic growth and diversification
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