World Bank to Guard India's Aid Allocation

The World Bank aims to be vigilant on the use of some USD14 billion to invest in India's infrastructure programs in the next three years, the

reported. The global lender will accord more emphasis on service delivery and prompt project implementation, the bank's acting country director, Rachid Benmessaoud, said. "The main issue in India is the efficiency of public spending and now when we see that the performance is not up to the mark, the response will have to be decisive," Benmessaoud said.

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