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ECONOMIC IMPACT

 

  • Q.1A - DEMAND (UTILITY)

    Do the project’s products or services meet a demand (utility) of the local/national population?

    A product is considered to be 'useful' when it meets a need identified by a significant part of the population or if it is widely consumed or used locally.


    Yes No Partially I don’t know
  • Q.1B – DEMAND (PRICE)

    Are the products/services affordable for the local or national population?

    A product or service is considered affordable when its price is not an obstacle to its acquisition for the majority of the population and when it is not significantly more expensive than comparable alternatives. 


    Yes No Partially I don’t know
  • Q.1C – DEMAND (AVAILABILITY)

    Are the products/services available for the local population (quantity, proximity)?

    A product or service is considered available for the local population when it is referenced and present in sufficient quantities in the different distribution channels established locally.


    Yes No Partially I don’t know
  • Q.2A – COMPETITION (NEGATIVE IMPACT)

    The project will cause the eviction of companies locally or nationally (as a result of the changes that it will generate in the market or industry).

    Considered here is the risk of crowding out of existing businesses. For example, the opening of a hypermarket may threaten the sustainability of grocery stores nearby.


    Yes No Partially I don’t know
  • Q.2B – COMPETITION (POSITIVE IMPACT)

    Can the project create suitable conditions for the creation or development of new economic activities, whether local or national (as a result of the changes that it will generate in the market or industry)?

    Considered here is the creation of new activities, external to the project, but directly connected to its appearance: from the side of clients, suppliers, subcontractors, distributors, etc.


    Yes No Partially I don’t know
  • Q.3 - INNOVATION

    Does the project represent an innovation (technology, product, service, strategic, management) at the local or national level?

    Is considered as innovative any product, equipment, technology or process of which generalisation in the region would create a new value.


    Yes No Partially I don’t know
  • Q.4 – SOURCING - SUPPLY

    Does the project favour the goods and services of local and national origin in its choice of suppliers and subcontractors? 

    Considered here is the portion of goods and services of local origin in the total consumption of the project as well as the fact of prioritizing in the bidding process the local origin of the product or service consumed.


    Yes No Partially I don’t know
  • Q.5 – INFRASTRUCTURES

    Does the project contribute to the development and/or improvement of infrastructure useful to the local population?

    Considered here are the construction, development and maintenance of infrastructure, the use of which is not limited to the project alone, but extends to local populations.


    Yes No Partially I don’t know