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Syrian Investment Climate Assessment : Unlocking the Potential of the Private Sector

ACCOUNTABILITY ACCOUNTING ACCOUNTING PRACTICES ADJUSTMENT POLICIES AGRICULTURE BANKING SECTOR BANKS BARRIERS TO ENTRY BENCHMARKING CAPITAL REQUIREMENT CENTRAL PLANNING COMPARATIVE ADVANTAGE COMPETITIVE PRESSURE COMPETITIVENESS CONSUMERS CORPORATE GOVERNANCE CUSTOMS CUSTOMS PROCEDURES DEBT DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY DISCLOSURE DISPUTE RESOLUTION DOMESTIC MARKETS ECONOMIC COOPERATION ECONOMIC GROWTH ECONOMIC LIBERALIZATION ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE ECONOMIC SECTORS ECONOMICS EMPLOYMENT ENTREPRENEURSHIP EXCESS PROFITS EXCHANGE RATES EXPORT EARNINGS EXPORTS FACTOR MARKETS FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS FINANCIAL SECTOR FINANCIAL SERVICES FOREIGN COMPETITION FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT FOREIGN INVESTMENT FOREIGN INVESTORS GDP GLOBAL COMPETITION GLOBAL ECONOMY GLOBAL MARKETS GOOD INVESTMENT CLIMATE GOVERNMENT REGULATION GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT GROWTH HARNESSING TRADE HUMAN CAPITAL IDLE CAPACITY IMPORTED GOODS INCOME INCOME GROWTH INCREASING COMPETITION INFORMAL PAYMENT INSURANCE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS INTERMEDIATE GOODS INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION INVENTORY INVESTMENT CLIMATE INVESTMENT CLIMATE ASSESSMENT INVESTMENT CLIMATE CONDITIONS INVESTMENT CLIMATE CONSTRAINTS INVESTMENT CLIMATE REFORM INVESTMENT CLIMATES INVESTMENT DECISIONS INVESTMENT INTEGRATION LABOR COSTS LABOR FORCE LABOR MARKETS LABOR PRODUCTIVITY LABOR REGULATIONS LEGAL FRAMEWORK MACROECONOMIC STABILITY MIDDLE EAST MONOPOLIES NATIONAL INCOME NATURAL RESOURCES NON-TARIFF BARRIERS NONTARIFF BARRIERS OPERATING PERMITS PRICE CONTROLS PRIVATE INVESTMENT PRIVATE SECTOR PRODUCT MARKETS PRODUCTION LOSSES PRODUCTIVITY PROPERTY RIGHTS PROTECTING INVESTORS PROTECTIONS PUBLIC ENTERPRISES PUBLIC ENTITIES PUBLIC EXPENDITURE PUBLIC INTEREST PUBLIC INVESTMENTS PUBLIC SECTOR REDUCING TRANSACTIONS COSTS REGISTRATION PROCEDURES REGULATORY BARRIERS REGULATORY POLICY REGULATORY REFORM RENTS RESOURCE ALLOCATION SOCIAL SECURITY STANDARD CORE INVESTMENT CLIMATE SURVEY INSTRUMENT STATE OWNED ENTERPRISES STATEMENTS STRUCTURAL CHANGES STRUCTURAL REFORMS TARIFF BARRIERS TARIFF RATES TAX ADMINISTRATION TAX LIABILITY TAX POLICY TAX RATE TAX RATES TAX SYSTEM TECHNOLOGICAL PROGRESS TELECOMMUNICATIONS TOTAL FACTOR PRODUCTIVITY TRADE TRADE FACILITATION TRADE LIBERALIZATION TRADE POLICY TRADE REFORM TRANSACTION COSTS TRANSACTIONS COSTS TRANSITION COUNTRIES TRANSITION ECONOMIES UNFAIR COMPETITION VALUE ADDED WAGES WATER SUPPLY WORKING CAPITAL WORLD PRICES WORLD TRADE WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION WTO
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Washington, DC
Middle East and North Africa | Europe | Middle East | Syrian Arab Republic
2012-06-22T17:44:55Z | 2012-06-22T17:44:55Z | 2005-06

The purpose of this Investment Climate Assessment (ICA) is to provide the Syrian government, as well as business leaders, with a rigorous empirical analysis of the investment climate in Syria and the factors influencing firm-level productivity and competitiveness. This analysis will be used to derive recommendations and options for priority measures to improve the investment climate and productivity, as well as find ways in which the World Bank and others might further support these reforms. The ultimate objective is to provide an agenda of reforms that together will create a business enabling environment conducive to accelerated private sector-led growth, thereby increasing Syrian national income and employment.

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