Tajik parliament has ratified two grant agreements with the World Bank , which allocates USD 26mn through the International Development Association (IDA) in order to increase competitiveness of the private sector in the country and improve water supply in Dushanbe . The amount of the grant agreement to improve competitiveness is USD 10mn , which will be directed at simplifying business registration, licensing in construction and mining industries, announced deputy FinMin, Alamhon Naimi. Execution of the project scheduled for completion in 2016, was assigned to the State Committee on Investments and State Property Management . The second agreement worth USD 16mn is aimed at improving water supply in Dushanbe . This is the second project, which is funded by the World Bank to improve water supply in the past decade. Naimi noted that total amount of the project is USD 19mn , USD 3mn of which will be allocated from Dushanbe mayor's office. The project is scheduled for completion by the end of 2015.
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