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Strengthen the ability of theSupport the DNIP in its institutional strengthening to improve the efficiency of public investment in Argentina. The strengthening will take place in parallel in the revision and improvement of the macro-processes of public investment, and in the use of digital platforms of last generation to facilitate the prioritization of projects. Additionally, this TC aims to accompany the authorities in the process of designing and implementing the reforms included in the Program to Strengthen Growth (AR-L1283), currently under preparation. This Program seeks, among other specific objectives, to improve the efficiency of the public investment process as a mechanism to increase economic growth, and this TC is instrumental in the implementation of policies that achieve this objective. National investment Unit to prioritize investments and perform ex post monitoring
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