IFC will work with the Government of Paraguay to implement reforms to the legislative and regulatory frameworks in five prioritized areas related to the business environment (business registration, secured transactions, protecting investors, trade facilitation, and insolvency). The Program is financed by the European Commission of the European Union, which helps fund projects and organisations which contribute to the implementation of EU programmes and policies.
The project's overall objective is to reduce barriers to formalization and private sector investment in Paraguay through improvements to the regulatory frameworks
in five key aspects of the business environment (business registration, secured transactions, protecting investors, trade facilitation, and insolvency), ultimately
leading to a more competitive environment for growing private investment.
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