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The clients for academic improvement in Madagascar are very good due generally to the more and more favorable coverage setting for the field. one of many key demanding situations for policymakers and executives, during this region, is to remodel public spending within the area into academic results that would make an important contribution to poverty reduction.
This document identifies demanding situations in any respect degrees within the formal schooling method. one of the subject matters mentioned are fairness in schooling, schooling finance, and assurance and constitution of the schooling procedure. There are chapters dedicated to fundamental and secondary schooling, vocational and technical schooling and coaching, and better schooling.
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13 Fostering an enabling business environment also implies moving from a paternalistic State that dispenses favors and protects the private sector from competition, to a more liberal economic policy environment that supports competitive markets. The most immediate need is to limit discretionary actions and to simplify administrative procedures to reduce the likelihood of these ad hoc, non-transparent actions. For example, standard operating procedures should be modified to create a level playing field for all investors, and to provide needed authorizations in a quasi-automatic, time-bound manner.
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High growth is also supported by many sectoral opportunities. For example, the tourism sector could more than double in size during the next 10 years, the export-manufacturing sector of the zone franche offers many possibilities, and vigorous development is expected in the mining sector. Two important projects already identified in the mining sector are in fact expected to bring in investments of US$900 million, and generate annual exports of about US$400 million by late next decade. The output from these three sectors would stimulate the rest of the economy.
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