Private Capital Flows and the Environment: Lessons from Latin America

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3.1 Equity Ownership of Privatized Argentine Companies45
3.2 Financial Result of the Privatization Program, 1990-9447
3.3 Economic Result of the Privatization Program, 1990-9448
4.1 Comparative Economic Analysis of No-till Versus Conventional Tillage for Grain Production in the Brazilian Cerrado78
4.2 Basic Banana Statistics, 199586
4.3 Estimated Direct Investment During Banana Expansion87
4.4 Comparison of Area Used and Percentage Composition of Gross Production Value of Major Export Products, 199089
4.5 Relative Productivity of Some Countries in the Region, 199690
4.6 Summary of Banana Sector's Environmental Commitment91
4.7 Evaluation Categories in the Eco-OK Banana Program and Summary of Inspection Factors93
4.8 Forested Areas Granted Under Permits in Atlantic and Northern Areas and Increase in Crop Production Area, 1985-91 (Hectares)94
4.9 Estimated Annual Pesticide Consumption in the Industry94
4.10 Estimated Annual Toxic Potential of Pesticides in the Industry95
4.11 Waste Generated in 1993 (Tons/Year)96
5.1 Public Policy Measures' Perceived Influence on Enhancing Environmental Investment at Mexican Manufacturing Facilities with Foreign Involvement115
5.2 Government Actions Recommended by Survey Respondents123
5.3 Evolution of the Free Zones System in Costa Rica, 1986-95128
5.4 Free Zone Industrial Parks in Costa Rica, 1995129
6.1 Water Monitoring Protocol169
7.1 Allocation of Responsibilities Between the Public and Private Sectors Across Different Structures for Providing

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