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Issues of efficiency and interdependence in water resource investments. Lessons from the Indus Basin of Pakistan

, : Issues of efficiency and interdependence in water resource investments. Lessons from the Indus Basin of Pakistan. World Bank Staff Working Paper, International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (665): 130

The paper examines alternative policies for achieving more efficient resource utilization in the Indus Basin.

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