Cape Verde government’s “Doing Business” Action Plan to improve the business environment in 2021 aims to elevate Cabo Verde to position 95, so that in the next five the country will be among the top 50 world countries.
The plan is estimated at seven million euros, of which two million from the State Budget 2020 and five million financed by the European Union and implemented in partnership with the United Nations.
The “ambition” was revealed to the press this afternoon by the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, Olavo Correia, who is convinced that this is an “ambitious goal”, and “it will allow Cabo Verde to make an important leap in the next evaluation”. Olavo Correia explained that placing the archipelago in the group of the 50 best countries in terms of the business environment, when it currently occupies the 137th position, it will be a decisive issue and it is important to count on the engagement of all so that Cabo Verde becomes best investment countries in the world.
The official called on civil society to monitor and evaluate the performance of the executive and the country in terms of bureaucratic procedures, so that with this change of perspective, the country will reach the top places in the world in terms of the business environment.