Mongolia is working to build its economy, and one area it has focused on strengthening is the private sector.
Final Report: Mongolia Business Plus Initiative.
Project Report | September 30, 2015
A follow-on project of USAID’s economic policy reforms in Mongolia, the Business Plus Initiative was formed to enable the private sector, improve the capacity of government and business organizations, and expand dialogue to include business stakeholders and community understanding of the reform agenda.
Following the success of USAID’s Economic Policy Reform and Competitiveness (EPRC) project, the government of Mongolia agreed to continue its ambitious reform agenda through support and partnership with USAID. In June 2011, Chemonics International began implementing the $14 million follow-on project, Business Plus Initiative (BPI). BPI was designed to improve Mongolia’s business enabling environment, build capacity of government and private sector organizations, increase private sector competitiveness, and broaden dialogue to include the private sector and increase the general public’s understanding to foster support for the reform agenda.