Multipurpose river basin development in China by Peter Sun, Senior Policy Seminor on Policies for

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All policies toward the water sector are being subjected to increased review. The Ministry of Water Resources has on several occasions reiterated its desire for new ideas on policymaking in the water field. Relationship to Macroeconomic Development One issue that came to light as a result of the discussions relates to how plans and activities in water development could be linked more closely to changing macroeconomic developments. In fact, such a linkage has become an integral part of the discussions of the large water projects, such as the Three Rivers Gorge on the Yangtze, the Xiaolangdi Dam on the Yellow River, and the project for transferring Yangtze River water to the dry areas of north China.

Relationship to Macroeconomic Development One issue that came to light as a result of the discussions relates to how plans and activities in water development could be linked more closely to changing macroeconomic developments. In fact, such a linkage has become an integral part of the discussions of the large water projects, such as the Three Rivers Gorge on the Yangtze, the Xiaolangdi Dam on the Yellow River, and the project for transferring Yangtze River water to the dry areas of north China.

In his excellent paper on the "General Review, Experience, and Problems," Mr. Wu Yi Ao highlights similar issues. " I therefore believe that the issues selected by the Ministry of Water Resources and the Economic Development Institute are both appropriate and timely. This morning I propose to review with you the case of multi-purpose river basin development, the major policy issues associated with this development, and the World Bank's approaches to and experience with addressing these issues. The Case for Multi-Purpose River Basin Development Too often we find that projects are being implemented without a systems approach, that is, an approach that considers how subsequent projects could be flexibly integrated into a long-term MRD plan.

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