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Table of Contents
                            Contents
Acronyms and Abbreviations
Acknowledgments
Executive Summary
1. Introduction
	Study Goal
2. Country Context and Role of PPI
	Economic and Political Setting
	Infrastructure in Angola
	Potential Role of Private Participation in Infrastructure
	Critical Importance of Independent Regulation
	Advantages of PPI and Range of Possible Forms
	PPI Investor Criteria
3. Crosscutting Issues
	Economic Environment
	Legal and Regulatory Environment
4. Electricity and Gas
	Introduction to the Electricity Sector
	Key Organizations
	Legal and Regulatory Framework
	Current Situation in the Electricity Sector
	PPI Opportunities in Electricity
	Identification of Barriers to PPI in Electricity
	Introduction to the Gas Sector
	Gas Sector Structure
	Legal and Regulatory Issues
	Current Situation in the Gas Sector
	Future PPI Opportunities
	Conclusions on Gas
5. Water and Sanitation
	Introduction
	Legal and Regulatory Framework for the Water Sector
	Water Sector Structure
	Current Situation in the Urban Sector
	Water Supply and Sanitation in Rural Centers
	PPI Opportunities
	PPI Constraints—Water and Sanitation
	Solid Waste Collection in Luanda
6. Transport
	Roads and Highways—Organizations
	Legal and Regulatory Framework
	Roads and Highways—Current Situation
	PPI Opportunities in Roads
	PPI Barriers in Roads and Highways
	Railways—Sector Structure and Key Organizations
	Legal and Regulatory Framework
	Railways—Current Situation
	PPI Opportunities in Railways
	PPI Barriers in Railways
	Ports—Sector Structure and Key Organizations
	Legal and Regulatory Framework
	Ports Sector—Current Situation
	PPI Opportunities in Ports
	PPI Barriers in Ports
	Airports—Sector Structure and Key Organizations
	Legal and Regulatory Framework
	Airports Sector—Current Situation
	PPI Opportunities in Airports
	PPI Barriers in Airports
7. Telecommunications
	Scope of Sector
	Key Organizations and Sector Structure
	Legal and Regulatory Framework
	Current Situation in the Sector
	PPI Opportunities in Telecommunications
	Identification of PPI Barriers
8. Promoting PPI: Key Measures and Recommendations
	Crosscutting Issues
	Electricity
	Water, Sanitation, and Solid Waste
	Transport
	Telecommunications
Appendixes
	Appendix A: Independent Regulation
	Appendix B: Multi-Utility Regulator
	Appendix C: Targeting Subsidies
	Appendix D: Power Plants
	Appendix E: Telecommunications White Paper Privatization Steps
	Appendix F: Telecommunications Sector Liberalization
	Appendix G: Angola Telecom Sales
	Appendix H: PPI Approval and Post-Approval Issues
	Appendix I: Angola Power Sector (Map)
	Appendix J: Angola Water Sector (Map)
	Appendix K: Angola Transport Sector Potential PPI Opportunities (Map)
	Appendix L: Angola Telecommunications Sector Proposed Development of Transmission Backbone (Map)
Figures
	2.1 Forms of PPI
	3.1 Approval Process for Investments (US$100,000 to US$5 million)
	3.2 Approval Process for Investments (US$5 million to US$50 million)
	3.3 Contractual Regime
	3.4 Post-approval Process
	4.1 Power Sector Institutions
	5.1 Institutional Arrangements for PPI in Urban Water in Mozambique
	6.1 Road Network in Angola
	6.2 Port of Luanda Performance
	6.3 Port of Luanda Forecasts
	7.1 Growth in Sales of AT by Service
Tables
	1.1 PPI Investor Criteria
	2.1 Educational Expenditures
	2.2 Main Economic Indicators
	2.3 SADC Infrastructure Indicators
	2.4 PPI Experience in Angola
	2.5 PPI Investor Criteria
	2.6 Increasing Requirements for Satisfaction of PPI Criteria
	3.1 Provisions of Law on Tax and Customs Incentives for Private Investment
	3.2 Main Legal Instruments Relevant to PPI Investors
	3.3 Infrastructure Sector Legal Instruments
	4.1 Key Energy Statistics
	4.2 Forecast Growth in Generation, 2006–2016
	4.3 ENE's Power Generation Capacity
	4.4 ENE Rehabilitation Investment Plan
	4.5 Low Voltage Electricity Tariffs
	4.6 EDEL Profit/Loss 2001
	4.7 ENE Profit/Loss 2000
	4.8 PPI Constraints in Electricity
	5.1 PPI Constraints in Water and Sanitation
	6.1 Road Network by Type
	6.2 Rail Rolling Stock by Company
	6.3 Operating and Financial Data by Rail Company
	6.4 Operating and Financial Statistics of Angolan Ports, 2001
	6.5 Main Airport Network
	6.6 Airport Passengers and Cargo Traffic, 2000
	7.1 Telecommunications Act
	7.2 Forecast of Fixed and Mobile Markets
	7.3 SADC Countries: Comparative Teledensity
	7.4 Estimate for Active Mobile Customers
	8.1 Recommendations: Crosscutting Issues
	8.2 Recommendations: Electricity
	8.3 Recommendations: Water and Sanitation
	8.4 Recommendations: Transport
	8.5 Recommendations: Telecommunications
	A1.1 Safeguards to Ensure “Independence”
	C1.1 Designing Incentive Structures
	C1.2 Structuring Subsidy Flows
	C1.3 Contract Procurement
	D1.1 Hydro Power Plants in Angola
	D1.2 Thermal Power Plants in Angola
	E1.1 Privatization Steps Proposed in the Telecommunications White Paper
	F1.1 Preparation for Liberalization
	F1.2 MCT Strategies and Liberalization
	G1.1 Angola Telecom Sales
	G1.2 Angola Telecom UTT Sales
Boxes
	3.1 Infrastructure Political Risk Factors of Concern to PPI Investors
	3.2 Improved Accounting and Fiscal Discipline in Public Enterprises
	3.3 Angolan Taxation Policy and Levels
	3.4 Concessionary Finance for Infrastructure Investments
	4.1 Electricity Supply in Huambo
	4.2 Guatemala: Large-Scale Rural Electricity Implementation
	4.3 Cambodia: Small Rural Electricity Enterprises
	5.1 Luanda's Chafarizes
	5.2 Technologies to Provide Different Levels of Water Supply Service
	5.3 PPI to Disseminate Alternative Water Delivery Technologies
	5.4 Community Involvement in Solid Waste Management in Luanda
	6.1 Private Sector Involvement in Road Maintenance and Construction in Mozambique
	6.2 Recent Trends in Private Participation in Port Facilities
	6.3 Recent Trends in Private Participation in the Airport Sector
	H1.1 Legal Fees and Registration
                        
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