The project has three different but interconnected components focused o: 1) Legal and regulatory reform aimed at reduced entry barriers and enhanced operational efficiency/competition, 2) International benchmarking and targeted investment promotion in prioritized sectors, and 3) Strategic engagement and further consolidation of institutional capacity and coordination.
The project aims to increase investment attraction in Ethiopia by reducing entry and operational barriers, and strengthening institutional capability. Specifically the project will contribute to the opening up of new sectors for FDI participation as well as generation of new investments.
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