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Angola - Country Private Sector Diagnostic : Creating Markets in Angola - Opportunities for Development Through the Private Sector (English)

This Country Private Sector Diagnostic (CPSD) identifies opportunities to stimulate sustainable economic growth and development by harnessing the power of the private sector in Angola. Applying a sectoral lens, it leverages the private sector’s knowledge and experience to accelerate transformational investment. It also puts forward operational recommendations highlighting strategic entry points for diversification and growth, while addressing key constraints to private sector engagement. The CPSD discusses implementation principles inspired by international good practices. It informs World Bank and IFC strategies, paving the way for joint programming to create markets and unlock private sector potential.

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  • Author

    Hernandez Uriz,Zenaida, Maur,Jean-Christophe, Dreyhaupt,Stephan, Caulier,Francois Rene Nicolas Cornil, Daude,Katia, Gondim Harrington,Luciana Maria, Lim,Lindsey Tan, Mawate,Delfim, Muhungo,Antonio

  • Document Date

    2019/04/01

  • Document Type

    Working Paper

  • Report Number

    136519

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Angola,

  • Region

    Africa East, Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2019/05/02

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Angola - Country Private Sector Diagnostic : Creating Markets in Angola - Opportunities for Development Through the Private Sector

  • Keywords

    regulation and supervision; Financial Sector; International Trade and Investment; quality of public spending; access to marine resource; access to foreign exchange; Primary and Secondary Education; real effective exchange rate; flexible exchange rate regime; Real estate; Oil & Gas; Access to Education; lack of finance; private sector provider; barriers to investment; Oil and Gas; gross domestic product; opportunities for development; access to finance; Access to Electricity; implementation of reform; private sector involvement; banking sector; supply of skill; private sector representative; private sector provision; ancillary financial service; access to skill; renewable energy generation; primary school enrollment; private sector initiative; primary school attendance; private sector entry; transport and energy; private sector competitiveness; ict and education; direct job creation; foreign exchange risk; business development service; privatization of state; economic policy reform; vocational training institution; private training institution; wave of privatization; Public Financial Management; high oil price; private sector operator; national transmission system; kilometers of road; foreign exchange market; foreign exchange crisis; foreign exchange rate; skilled human resource; amount of credit; average for sub-saharan africa; restrictive investment policy; international poverty line; oil price crisis; human capital development; financing of terrorism; rapid population growth; engine of growth; international good practice; private sector engagement; strategic entry points; lack of interoperability; enforcement of contract; competition in market; inland container depot; cross-border energy trade; commercial bank loan; investments in infrastructure; foreign currency payment; demand for good; disparities in access; oil revenue flow; transmission and distribution; distribution and transmission; access to telecommunication; lack of competition; quality of education; electricity market price; power sector planning; infrastructure access regulation; Science and Technology; lack of equipment; vocational training course; private education institution; power purchase agreement; private investment; economic diversification; private finance; public-private partnership; air transport; economic crisis; oil boom; market development; competitive market; agribusiness sector; mobile money; retail trade; creating markets; private operator; private capital; fiscal policy; deep dives; productive capacity; private university; rural area; international airport; Civil War; skilled labor; mobile banking; energy utility; market failure; productive sector; private investor; electricity sector; Fiscal policies; business account; international school; regulatory environment; cargo volume; infrastructure service; small holder; rural transportation infrastructure; public asset; traded sector; food product; productive economy; fiscal management; reform effort; efficient market; foreign debt; business financing; reform objectives; numerical targets; business environment; private entrepreneur; legal framework; financial system; mobile penetration; commercial activity; investment program; productive activity; economic slowdown; investment system; fiscal framework; private entry; credit guarantee; Land Ownership; regulatory gap; legal obligation; macroeconomic environment; Technology Transfer; privatization law; private interest; Consulting services; equipment leasing; broadband internet; fiscal space; local shareholder; guarantee price; telecom service; enterprise finance; regulatory function; dominant operator; contractual arrangement; large population; geographic area; brownfield site; oil industry; systemic risk; credit quality; PPP Strategy; private management; commercial term; industrial zone; fiscal transparency; bond issue; legal protection; good governance; bank lending; property registration; Programmatic Approach; mortgage lending; consumer loan

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Citation

Hernandez Uriz,Zenaida Maur,Jean-Christophe Dreyhaupt,Stephan Caulier,Francois Rene Nicolas Cornil Daude,Katia Gondim Harrington,Luciana Maria Lim,Lindsey Tan Mawate,Delfim Muhungo,Antonio

Angola - Country Private Sector Diagnostic : Creating Markets in Angola - Opportunities for Development Through the Private Sector (English). Country Private Sector Diagnostic (CPSD) Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/606291556800753914/Angola-Country-Private-Sector-Diagnostic-Creating-Markets-in-Angola-Opportunities-for-Development-Through-the-Private-Sector