This project provides support to the Government of Lebanon in improving its services and interactions with the private sector, with a focus on business entry and startups. This includes implementing a new framework that will lead to an optimized, transparent, shorter, and less expensive commercial registration process.
The infrastructure, hardware and part of the technical input will be procured and funded by GoL OMSAR with technical input and quality assurance from the WBG/IFC. Considering the multi-stakeholder nature of the reform, IFC will play a key role in stakeholder management and coordination.
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