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The enabling environment for sustainable enterprises in Malawi

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— theme: Employment and socio-economic policies, Sustainable Enterprise/Value chain development
— country: Other Countries
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"The conclusions reached at the 2007 ILC discussion on the promotion of sustainable enterprises identified 17 pillars for an environment conducive to the promotion of sustainable enterprises. This report analyses how Malawi performs with respect to each pillar, with the aim of assessing the relative strengths and weaknesses of the enabling environment for sustainable enterprises and employment in the country. The report incorporates the results of a national opinion or perceptions survey conducted in the country in June and July 2012".

The enabling environment for sustainable enterprises in Malawi

Employment report No. 20

Author/Editor
ILO, Maria Sabrina De Gobbi with contributions from Rose Anang (The Bureau for Employers’ Activities)
Publishing Year
2013
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