The Pacific Private Sector Development Initiative (PSDI) Phase III will follow on and build on the successes and strengths of the PSDI Phases I and II. These technical assistance projects, cofinanced by Australian Aid, support the Pacific Approach and Strategy 2020 of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and leverage ADBs strategic focus on private sector development, with the objective of improving the business environment in Pacific developing member countries.
The TA will build on past achievements through intensive implementation support, extend work in core areas where limited reforms have occurred, and improve the business environment to enhance the competitiveness of Pacific DMCs. It will strengthen the foundation for more inclusive growth as well as advance the economic status of women. It will assist entrepreneurs in the informal sector to formalize their businesses, opening opportunities to access formal financial institutions and to take advantage of the modernization of business laws.
Latest Project Documents
|Pacific Private Sector Development Initiative, Phase III: Major Change in Technical Assistance||May 2015|
|Pacific Private Sector Development Initiative, Phase III||May 2013|
Consulting NoticesSee also: CMS
|Project Analyst 2||3 Sep 2015|
|Strengthening the Supply Chain in Fisheries in PNG||3 Sep 2015|
|Secured Transactions Implementation Expert||4 Sep 2015|
Procurement NoticesSee also: Operational Procurement
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