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Mobilization of Domestic Capital. Report and Documents of the Second Working Party of Experts.

United Nations. Economic Commission for Asia and the Far East. Working Party of Experts on the Mobilization of Domestic Capital, 2D.

Mobilization of Domestic Capital. Report and Documents of the Second Working Party of Experts.

by United Nations. Economic Commission for Asia and the Far East. Working Party of Experts on the Mobilization of Domestic Capital, 2D.

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Mobilizing domestic resources will help reduce vulnerability arising from dependence on fragile external income. Domestic resource mobilization provides the only viable long-term financing basis for development expenditures. 3. The BPoA recognizes that the most important financing of development comes from domestic resources. Domestic Resource Mobilization in Africa: An Overview Further development of capital markets, especially inter-bank money markets and secondary debt markets, is critical for DRM. Development finance institutions and development banks have a checkered track record across Africa. The failure, however, lies not in the The. In The North-South.

Abstract: The study investigated the impact of Nigerian capital market on domestic resource mobilization for economic development, using time series data from to The study employed secondary data obtained from the Central Bank of Nigeria Statistical Bulletin, the Nigerian Stock Exchange Fact Book and Securities.   Mobilizing domestic financial resources is the first pillar of the Monterey Consensus for good reason. Commitment to mobilizing domestic resources is a profound statement of the primary responsibility each country has for its own economic and social development.

This book provides insights into the evolving debate regarding the mobilization of domestic resources and the crucial role that financial development can and should play in this regard, exploring aspects of the financial development–domestic resource mobilization nexus, including country case.   This is the final in a series of four policy memos that explore various facets of domestic resource mobilization (DRM) and builds on why DRM is critical for the future of development. DRM is commonly defined as the mix of financial resources available to a government to fund its operations, including direct and indirect taxes, other revenue, and borrowing from local capital markets.


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Mobilization of Domestic Capital. Report and Documents of the Second Working Party of Experts by United Nations. Economic Commission for Asia and the Far East. Working Party of Experts on the Mobilization of Domestic Capital, 2D. Download PDF EPUB FB2

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[United Nations. Economic Commission for Asia and the Far East. Trade and Finance Division.; United Nations. Department of Economic Affairs.;]. This is the first in a series of four policy memos that explore various facets of domestic resource mobilization (DRM) and will examine the role of tax systems.

DRM is commonly defined as the mix of financial resources available to a government to fund its operations, including direct and indirect taxes, other revenue, and borrowing from local capital markets.

Mobilization of domestic resources for health: the report of Working Group 3 of the Commission on Macroeconomics and Health. Financing, Health 2. Financing, Government – utilization 3. State medicine – economics 4. Taxes 5. Delivery of health care – economics 6. Efficiency, Organizational 7.

Financial management 8. Health resources. This book analyzes revenues, policy, and administration of Domestic Resource Mobilization (DRM) in developing countries. It provides a broad landscape of practical examples, drawing from lessons learned in World Bank operations across Global Practices over the past several by: 2.

The Report further recognizes that in order for the key findings to reach their full potential in achieving efficient domestic resource mobilization and utilization, the recommendations must be widely accepted and utilized across a wide range of people and organizations. transparent and available for legal use by domestic agents in domestic activities, namely, domestic production, investment and public service delivery.

To summarize, the paper discusses the nature of domestic resources that are to be mobilized and the capacity for their mobilization. raised the importance of increasing domestic resources.

This brief paper presents some general stylized facts about domestic resource mobilization with a focus on taxation in Africa, explores several taxation challenges across much of the continent, and offers various policy options to address them.

The. Capacity development for domestic resource mobilization and taxation Stockholm, 13 June About this document The objective of this document is to give input to discussions on support for domestic resource mobilization through taxation provided by Sweden and other donors including through the Addis Tax Initiative (ATI).

Liberia - Domestic Revenue Mobilization Policy Notes (English) Abstract. Following general elections in Liberia ina new government was formed with a mandate to achieve ambitious development objectives.

Following a nationwide consultative process, the new medium-term national development plan, Pro-Poor Agenda for Prosperity.

However, even in these difficult times I see three compelling reasons for putting taxation at the centre of the domestic financial resource agenda. First, taxes provide the long term financial platform for sustainable development.

Taxes are the lifeblood of state services. Second, taxation matters for. mobilizing adequate domestic resources to meet their investment needs. Although there has been some progress in mobilizing domestic resources since the adoption of the NEPAD frame-work document and the Monterrey Consensus, the ratio of savings to gross domestic product (GDP) has fallen, from per cent of GDP in to 16 per cent in Mobilization of Capital for Infrastructure Development provision of soft loans and political risk insurance to the equipment exporter or a trading company, if the latter assumes a major role as a project sponsor and project operator.

In many such situations the. Mobilization Trust Fund This document is being disclosed to the public in accordance with ADB’s Public which may include financing experts, consultants, and other expenses for activities such as knowledge provision, workshops, and exchanges on tax policy and Domestic Resource Mobilization Trust Fund.

Resource Mobilization 2: Capital Markets ARCHIVES Resources can be mobilized either for short term or for long term. Economy consists of huge number of enterprises and individuals, requirements of all of them differ.

Some have surplus cash to save, while some other needs cash. Some firms/individuals wants to make good there short Continue reading "Resource Mobilization – 2: Capital.

This paper was prepared as a background document for a research project exploring the An explicit focus on domestic resource mobilization is relatively new in the development discourse, although it has antecedents in the extensive literature on savings, investment The working hypotheses for the project are that higher levels of DRM (1.

This book provides insights into the evolving debate regarding the mobilization of domestic resources and the crucial role that financial development can and should play in this regard, exploring aspects of the financial development–domestic resource mobilization nexus, including country case studies.

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However, except for Faria and Mauro () who focus on the external capital structure of countries, little is said about whether domestic financing sources, government revenues in particular.

greater domestic revenue mobilization as well as the emergence of viable regional value chains in Africa for the structural transformation of economies. There can be no one-size-fits-all approach; indeed, the report does not advocate for a uniform African mineral.

The challenge of mobilizing domestic taxes should be considered against the funds required to achieve the SDGs. According to the IMF, the funds required in five SDG areas (education, health, roads, electricity, water and sanitation) will grow to 15 percent of gross domestic product (GDP) byon average across low-income countries.

Domestic Resource Mobilization as an Instrument of Sustained and Inclusive Development 1 Taxation as a Plank of State Building 2 Organization of the Report 2 Notes 3 References 3 Chapter 2 Domestic Resource Mobilization: Opportunities and Challenges 5 DRM as a Key to Economic Growth and Development 5 Trends in Total Revenues and Taxes 7.International Federation - International Federation of Red.