According to the Bank's website, this project aims to support government efforts to reform the budgetary framework through more accountable local governments, ability to better quantify fiscal risks, introduce regulatory impact assessment in policy making, stronger public investment management arrangements, and more effective public procurement.
It will also support reforms to strengthen the framework for more competitive markets, overall and in telecoms specifically, deepen the financial sector, improve teacher qualifications, and strengthen investment promotion.
Implementing Agencies: Ministry of Finance. Nikoloz Gagua; Deputy Minister. firstname.lastname@example.org
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