This project has four complementary components - component 1: regional investment policy and promotion, component 2: regional business regulation and regulatory quality, policy and delivery, component 3: interagency coordination and collaboration, and component 4: use of public-private dialogue for improved regional investment climate. The last two components will be cross cutting for the first two business/intervention areas. The project will be implemented/piloted in the two largest Regional States of Ethiopia (Oromia and Amhara). Depending on results and lessons from this phase, it may be expanded to other regions under phase II.
The Sub National Investment Climate project is designed with the aim to address core investment climate constraints businesses face at a regional level and thereby enhance regional business competitiveness. With its regional focus, the project aims to further maximize and deepen the investment climate reforms gained at the federal level.
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