Business Climate Development Strategy



  Business climate review of Egypt

11 May 2014

Rebuilding investors’ confidence and supporting government efforts towards a roadmap for investment and business reforms have been the main objectives of the OECD Business Climate Review of Egypt.




Business climate development strategy for Morocco

8 June 2011

To support Morocco in boosting jobs and investment, the OECD has assessed the country’s business climate and targeted key areas for reform. This report will be launched on 8 June by the Moroccan Minister of Economic and General Affairs, Nizar Baraka, and OECD Deputy Secretary-General Richard Boucher.


  Assessing the business climate in Egypt

14 October 2010

Egypt is seeking to improve its business climate to attract more investment and stimulate growth and job creation. This book identifies policy priorities and proposes specific reforms and actions to enable Egypt to achieve measurable improvements in its business climate.


About the Business Climate Development Strategy (BCDS)

The OECD's work to improve business climates in non-OECD economies is conducted through a common and comprehensive framework for policy evaluation, priority definition, capacity building support, and reform implementation: the Business Climate Development Strategy (BCDS).


The Business Climate Development Strategy is a novel, hands-on approach to provide acountry-specific support in reform prioritisation and implementation. An integrated approach drawing upon OECD tools and guidelines, such as the Policy Framework for Investment, the Investment Reform Index, and the Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises, the BCDS aims to support individual countries in improving their business climate by providing a horizontal evaluation of their investment-related policy reforms, support in reform priority definition, and assistance in the implementation of selected priority reforms.


The BCDS is a collaborative process that involves governments, private sector representatives, and other stakeholders.



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