Policies to improve the business climate and rebuild investors’ confidence in Madagascar have been outlined in an Investment Policy Review (IPR) drafted by UNCTAD and discussed at a national workshop on 10 September in the Malagasy capital Antananarivo. While emphasizing the importance of improving the legal and regulatory framework for investment, the report underlines the need to better articulate sector-specific policies to fully tap into this potential.
The report was undertaken by UNCTAD on the request of the Government of Madagascar, who reiterated its commitment during the workshop to pursue the process of validating and implementing its recommendations. The final report will be presented at an intergovernmental meeting in Geneva towards the end of November. Read more. Source | UNCTAD