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Zambia AgCLIR Report

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In November 2010, USAID sponsored an Agribusiness Commercial Legal and Institutional Reform (AgCLIR) diagnostic in Zambia for the purpose of identifying key legal, regulatory, and institutional issues impacting productivity, efficiency, 

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Zambia AgCLIR Report

Attached Document: 
Source: 
EAT Project
Document Type: 
PDF
Date: 
March 22, 2011

In November 2010, USAID sponsored an Agribusiness Commercial Legal and Institutional Reform (AgCLIR) diagnostic in Zambia for the purpose of identifying key legal, regulatory, and institutional issues impacting productivity, efficiency, 

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    Attached Document: 
    Source: 
    BizCLIR
    Document Type: 
    PDF
    Date: 
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    Attached Document: 
    Source: 
    BizCLIR
    Document Type: 
    PDF
    Date: 
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    Attached Document: 
    Source: 
    BizCLIR
    Document Type: 
    PDF
    Date: 
    May 1, 2010

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    Attached Document: 
    Source: 
    BizCLIR
    Document Type: 
    PDF
    Date: 
    May 1, 2009

    This report addresses the conditions and opportunities for doing business in Senegal’s agriculture sector. Through close examination of the relevant laws, institutions, and social dynamics, it aims to inform assistance decisions by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and other donors in the area of agricultural development in Ghana, as well as to provide insight and guidance about the sector to government officials, private sector representatives, and others.

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    Attached Document: 
    Source: 
    BizCLIR
    Document Type: 
    PDF
    Date: 
    May 1, 2009

    This report addresses the conditions and opportunities for doing business in Nigeria’s agriculture sector. Through close examination of the relevant laws, institutions, and social dynamics, it aims to inform assistance decisions by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and other donors in the area of agricultural development in Ghana, as well as to provide insight and guidance about the sector to government officials, private sector representatives, and others.

    Ghana AgCLIR Report

    Attached Document: 
    Source: 
    BizCLIR
    Document Type: 
    PDF
    Date: 
    November 1, 2008

    This report addresses the conditions and opportunities for doing business in Ghana’s agriculture sector. Through close examination of the relevant laws, institutions, and social dynamics, it aims to inform assistance decisions by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and other donors in the area of agricultural development in Ghana, as well as to provide insight and guidance about the sector to government officials, private sector representatives, and others.

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