This is a development policy loan that provides financing to improve public expenditure management, and the financial sustainability of energy and transport sector public enterprises and state-owned companies.
Structural reforms include:
- "Steps to strengthen the business environment by ensuring greater policy and institutional predictability, better coordination of different agencies, and more efficient incentive policies; reforming the labor market to make it more flexible; reforming and streamlining of the system for issuing construction permits, and upgrading of critical transport infrastructure
- Structural reforms of the public sector that aim to make it more efficient, reduce the footprint of the state, and lower fiscal risks."
Contact: Ekaterina Vostroknutova
Title: Lead Economist
Tel: (1) 202-4582711
Contact: Rakesh Tripathi
Title: Senior Transport Specialist
Tel: (359) 2 -9697262
Contact: Mr Dusan Vujovic
Title: Minister of Finance
Tel: + 381 11 364 26 56
Ministry of Finance
Phone:+ 381 11 364 26 00
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