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Business Environment Reforms through Public-Private Dialogue – Lessons learnt from the ICR Facility


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Business Environment Reforms through Public-Private Dialogue – Lessons learnt from the ICR Facility
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Public-private dialogue  is an effective tool to enhance collaboration between public and private actors. It is a continuous process whereby business representative organisations can establish and maintain regular contact with key public sector actors on the basis of an agreed format to advocate for change as needed and for the public sector to be able to make informed decisions on policy and regulatory reforms.

 

The Investment Climate Reform (ICR) Facility works with public and private partners in African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries to boost the investment climate for the private sector to deliver sustainable growth, create opportunities and provide decent jobs in the region. Business environment reforms that support the full participation of women in the economy are core to the ICR Facility’s agenda, including through the strengthening of Public-Private Dialogue (PPD).

 

The objective of this document is  to present some of the lessons learnt and recommendations from PPD interventions, with the aim to highlight success factors and stories that could serve other public and private actors interested in promoting PPD processes.

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