Hargeisa: Actively Building a Regulatory Framework for Small and Medium Firms
October 15, 2012 Editor 0
As highlighted by the 2011 World Development Report, the World Bank Group (WBG) has a strong mandate to work on fragile and conflict-affected states (FCAS). And reforming the investment climate so that it’s more conducive to economic growth is an important element of the WBG’s advisory work in fragile and conflict-affected states and territories. With this in mind, we published Doing Business in Hargeisa 2012 which provides a baseline on the Doing Business indicators for Hargeisa. The report is important for local policymakers as it provides micro-level data comparable globally as well as an assessment of the business climate.
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