Original disclosure @ IADB website
Updated in EWS Aug 25, 2019
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The general objective of the TC is to support the two ministries involved in the reforms supported by the PBP to consolidate them and move forward in complying with the indicative policy actions agreed for the second operation of the series. In particular, the specific objectives are: (i) to support the fiscal responsibility framework with a second generation reform; and (ii) advance the process of digitalization and interoperability of regulatory agencies that simplify the compliance demonstration processes by private parties.
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