The World Bank Group will continue to help Belarus achieve sustainable and inclusive growth as well as improved living standards.
The 2018-22 Country Partnership Framework (CPF) consultation underlined the importance of transparency of information, the use of impact data, and public-private dialogue in the decision-making process. The CPF’s cross-cutting theme was to promote the greater use of data and access to information in public decision-making.
“A sustained improvement in living standards in Belarus requires structural transformation, with a greater role for market forces and stronger targeted social programs,” said Alex Kremer, World Bank country manager for Belarus. “The World Bank Group wants …read more
Source: Emerging Europe