Publication: The Republic of Congo Systematic Country Diagnostic: Policy Priorities for Ending Extreme Poverty and Boosting Shared Prosperity in a Non-Diversified and Fragile Country

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2018-07-13
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2018-07-13
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World Bank
International Finance Corporation
Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency
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One of the key objectives of this first SCD of the Republic of Congo is to serve as an essential input to the Country Partnership Framework. The SCD is not intended to carry out substantial new analytical work, but rather to draw upon and synthesize the existing evidence. A substantial amount of analytical work on Congo has been carried out in recent years, covering a wide range of subjects. These reports and studies conducted by the World Bank were supplemented by studies prepared by the government and other development partners and formed a solid basis for the analysis presented in the chapters to follow. The report is divided into two main parts. The first part presents the growth drivers and constraints for achieving the twin goals of eliminating extreme poverty in Congo by 2030 and promoting shared prosperity. The second part categorizes the constraints, prioritizes them according to the impact they have on the twin goals, identifies areas for improvement, and provides recommendations for leveraging the country’s opportunities and achieving sustainable and equitable growth.
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World Bank; International Finance Corporation; Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency. 2018. The Republic of Congo Systematic Country Diagnostic; The Republic of Congo Systematic Country Diagnostic : Policy Priorities for Ending Extreme Poverty and Boosting Shared Prosperity in a Non-Diversified and Fragile Country. © World Bank, Washington, DC. http://openknowledge.worldbank.org/handle/10986/30223 License: CC BY 3.0 IGO.
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