According to the IFC website, this is an advisory project of the World Bank Group that aims to improve the investment competitiveness of the country.
The projects aims to support the Government of Bangladesh in establishing an One Stop Shop for Investor Services, bringing improvement in the areas of Ease of Doing Business assessment, developing and applying regulatory governance instrument, and building institutional capacity of Bangladesh Investment Development Authority to sustain reforms.
The stated objective of the project is "to improve the investment competitiveness of Bangladesh to attract and realize private investment, which is critical to achieve their (the country's) vision 2021."
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