Private Sector Development Reform Support Program

Middle East and North Africa - Algeria

2002-2004 | Global Affairs Canada | CAD 2.66M

The Private Sector Development Reform Support Program, implemented by Cowater, followed its implementation of the Private Sector Development Fund (FDSP) Project. Both of these initiatives aimed to support Algeria’s transition into a market economy after 30 years of socialism. These programs were intended to be an engine for sustainable economic development in Algeria and oversaw implementation of a $10 million dollar fund  to respond to requests from the Algerian private sector by giving it access to Canadian know-how to improve its productivity and competitiveness.


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