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The Role of Private Sub National Credit Markets in Making Land Development More Affordable

By Vetter, David

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Title: The Role of Private Sub National Credit Markets in Making Land Development More Affordable  
Author: Vetter, David
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Language: English
Subject: Economics, Finance & business, World Bank.
Collections: Economics Publications Collection
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Lower interest rates and longer tenors on financing for urban infrastructure would make land development more affordable Higher interest rates shorter tenors = Less infrastructure within the budget constraints of the national and subnational public sectors Lack of favorable financing = Less land will be developed at a higher unit cost...

 

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