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The objective of this TC is to contribute to the body of policy-oriented knowledge that aims to improve the quality of infrastructure and infrastructures services in LAC and thus, the development challenges which are positively correlated with infrastructure. The specific objectives of this TC are to identify and disseminate knowledge that is relevant to LAC on the Korean experience with i) the policy frameworks used to manage infrastructure projects, particularly in transportation, water and sanitation, and electricity; ii) the use of technology to measure the efficiency of infrastructure projects.
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