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Conclusion (Appendices)

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Chapter Summary

This concluding chapter provides an overview of a number of features, discussed throughout this book. It is worth noting that it took close to 30 more years before the Bank would issue its first policy on the environment. Indeed, the policy is characterized by a paced evolution in a number of aspects. The evolution covered a number of aspects. First, the 1985 OMS went beyond the notification requirement to codify the facilitative role of the Bank and to confirm that cooperation and goodwill of riparians is essential for the efficient utilization and protection of the waterway. Second, inland waters under that OM covered not just international rivers, but included lakes and canals.

Keywords: Bank Policy; canals; international rivers; lakes; OMS



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