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DRC: achievements of the second edition of ANAPI open days

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The collection of the opinions and suggestions of the beneficiaries of the reforms for a better planning of future reforms and the interest aroused in the head of the state services to appropriate the implementation of the reforms in the process of sanitation of the business climate in DR Congo. These are the two main achievements of this second open day held in Kinshasa, from 9 to 11 May 2019, by the National Agency for the Promotion of Investments (ANAPI).

This second edition has largely met the expectations of the organizers. The challenge was for them to allow all the reform departments to present the progress made in the implementation of the business climate reforms. They also had the opportunity to listen to economic operators and a wide audience to record their comments and observations for effective consideration.

The General Manager of ANAPI, Anthony Nkinzo Kamole welcomed the contribution of all stakeholders (the contributors from both the public and private sectors as well as the Congolese people) to the success of these bases of communication, awareness raising, ownership and revitalization of the reforms for improving the business climate in DRC.

These three days were particularly marked by official messages from the government and CEOs of the public enterprises concerned by the various Doing Business reforms.

In particular, there were specific workshops for reformers to interact with beneficiaries on the impact of reforms in the process of improving the business climate in the DRC.

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This is the case of the Congolese Office of Control (OCC), Authority for Regulation and Control of Insurance (ARCA), Directorate General of Customs and Excise (DGDA), National Social Security Fund (CNSS), Directorate General of Taxes (DGI), Single Window for Business Creation (GUCE) and others.

All had exhibition stands that were visited by more than 4,000 people in three days of activities. This also allowed young students to learn not only about the reforms implemented but also about entrepreneurship.

This satisfaction score allows the ANAPI General Management to hope for a better score for a good ranking of the DRC in the Doing Business 2020 that will take place in October 2019. But the most important, for her, it is the impact of these reforms on the country’s economy.

Emilie MBOYO

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