According to the note,
The Note proposes that the Bank explore opportunities to work with Libyan authorities and international partners in areas that are in line with creating the basis for promotion of stability and inclusive growth in the country.
Presenting the Note to the Board, the
The partnership would enable the government to take stock of the country's investments, recover the previously ill-acquired assets, renegotiate the terms of existing contracts, and reformulate its investment strategy, particularly in relation to the Sovereign Wealth Funds, with the aim of expanding the size, efficiency and productivity of their investments in
Thus, the note focuses uniquely on the Governance pillar comprising state institutional capacity building, enhancing service delivery, and creating an enabling environment for private sector development.
"Given the weak state of public institutions in
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