This project is the first in a programmatic series of three operations that aim to strengthen policy framework to improve fiscal management and enhance policies to promote private sector employment opportunities in Bhutan.
The proposed operations are structured around two pillars:
A) The first pillar focuses on actions that strengthen macroeconomic management, domestic resource mobilization and public financial management.
B) The second pillar seeks to increase access to finance for micro, small and medium enterprises.
According to website of the World Bank, the proposed objective of the porject is to safeguard fiscal sustainability and strengthen private sector’s ability to generate employment opportunities.
Contact: Yoichiro Ishihara
Title: Resident Representative / Senior
Location: Thimphu, Bhutan
Contact: Nim Dorji
Title: Secretary, Ministry of Finance
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