Does infrastructure reform work for the poor? A case study from Guatemala
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KeywordsHealth Economics&Finance; Public Sector Economics&Finance; Sanitation and Sewerage; Decentralization; ICT Policy and Strategies; Sanitation and Sewerage; TF030632-DANISH CTF - FY05 (DAC PART COUNTRIES GNP PER CAPITA BELOW USD 2; 500/AL; ICT Policy and Strategies; Town Water Supply and Sanitation; Public Sector Economics&Finance;
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