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In Brief: World bank aids good governance

In Brief: World bank aids good governance

The

World Bank has committed US$25.28 million to the government to improve

"good governance" in the Kingdom. Key reform areas include private

sector development, natural resources management, public financial

management and decentralisation and a "citizens' partnership" to make

government more responsive to citizens. The Ministry of Interior is

scheduled to launch the project on Wednesday at the Raffles Hotel Le

Royal, which will be presided over by Deputy Prime Minister Sar Kheng.

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