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close this bookPrivate Sector Development in Low-Income Countries - Development in Practice (WB, 1996, 188 p.)
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Acknowledgments

THIS report was prepared by a team led by Magdi R. Iskander and comprising Arvind Gupta, Bita Hadjimichael, Kristin Hallberg, John Nellis, Roy Pepper, and Charles Thomas. It drew on background papers prepared by Klaus Deininger, Omer Karasapan, Sunita Kikeri, Clare Narrod, Ousa Sananikone, Dina L. Umali-Deininger, and Douglas Webb. Special thanks for their valuable comments and suggestions go to Mark Baird, A. Basu, Loup Brefort, Gerard Caprio, Paula Donovan, Ahmed Galal, Michael Klein, Johannes Linn, Ignacio Mas, Diana McNaughton, John Page, Gary Perlin, D. C. Rao, Jean-Franc,ois Rischard, Neil Roger, Enrique RuedaSabater, Silvia Sagari, John Shilling, Ernest Stern, Paulo Vieira Da Cunha, Douglas Webb, Michel Wormser, and Roberto Zagha.

The editorial-production team for the report was led by Bruce Ross Larson and Meta de Coquereaumont, with assistance from Heather Cochran, Julie Harris, Paul Holtz, Heather Imboden, and Debbie Sinmao. Helen Toni was a constant source of assistance and support throughout the project.