One of the initial key products of MDRI-CESD was the strategy document, Framework for Economic and Social Reforms (FESR), January 2013. The document guides domestic reforms as well as international economic cooperation with development partners.
The FESR triggered a series of important reforms in early 2013 such as exchange rate unification, trade liberalization, red-tape reductions and deregulations, and establishment of an independent central bank, which in many ways made the country’s economic reforms irreversible.
Publication name: Framework for Economic and Social Reforms
Publication date: January 2013
Download the report from the following link(s):
- Framework for Economic and Social Reforms: Policy Priorities for 2012-15 towards the Long-Term Goals of the National Comprehensive Development Plan (PDF; English version; 661 Kb; 46 pages)