Original disclosure @ IFC website
Updated in EWS Apr 2, 2020
Disclosed by Bank Aug 30, 2019
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The Brazil Improving Business Environment for Prosperity (IBEP) Program comprises 3 components: (1) Strengthening national level business regulations and practices to encourage competition and private investment, (2) Enhancing business competitiveness by supporting the upgrading of firm capabilities including through the integration of firms into global value chains, and (3) Improving subnational business regulations and subnational firm incentives frameworks particularly in some of the poorer states.
1. Strengthened national and sub-national level business regulations, practices and policies to encourage competition and private investment
2. Enhanced investment framework and protection of investors
3. Improved incentives framework and policies for productivity growth and competitiveness
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