Original disclosure @ IFC website
Updated in EWS Apr 2, 2020
Disclosed by Bank Dec 3, 2019
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The project will follow the diagnostic methodology used in the cross-country Doing Business report and adapt it to the subnational context to measure in Peru the business environment for small and medium-size enterprises in 11 locations beyond Lima. The project will be implemented with support and collaboration from the Ministry of Economy and Finance of Peru (MEF) as institutional counterpart.
The project meets exclusion criteria for measuring impact. SNDB gathers, analyzes and publishes data based on information provided by the private sector. Public sector officials are also involved and participate at various stages of the project. SNDB studies produce primary data on business regulations and identify potential areas for improvement based on its findings. Because SNDB is not directly involved in the process of reforming (providing TA), claiming attribution for the potential impact of those reforms is not recommendable.
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