Country Private Sector Diagnostics (CPSDs) are jointly produced by IFC and the World Bank. They are a tool introduced to enable IFC and the World Bank to more systematically identify opportunities to help create or expand markets and private sector investment in developing countries.
The diagnostics help identify opportunities and the barriers that need to be overcome to create markets in some of the most challenging areas of the world. They highlight areas where private sector investment could have significant development impact through improvements in efficiency, services, job creation, and sector growth. These reports tap into IFC’s knowledge of the private sector and its needs and limitations, and the World Bank’s expertise in promoting country policy reforms and dialogue with governments.
Each publication includes an assessment of the state of private sector development in the country, a review of the macroeconomic situation, and relevant policy constraints. It also indicates opportunities and constraints to increasing private sector investment and growth in key sectors that impact economic development.
IFC and other development finance institutions have come together to provide in-depth economic analysis of the countries they support and help them address key challenges. The Country Diagnostic Platform, launched at the Spring Meetings 2019, makes available diagnostic papers that identify obstacles to progress as well as opportunities for development.
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Jul 31, 2019
The Burkina Faso Country Private Sector Diagnostic (CPSD) investigates whether opportunities exist for the private sector to contribute more substantially to Burkina Faso’s economic development. The CPSD concludes that significant opportunities for the private sector to contribute to Burkina Faso’s development do indeed exist but should be carefully harnessed in a synergetic fashion.
English - 88 pages | French - 94 pages | 2019 IFC
Jul 31, 2019
The Morocco Country Private Sector Diagnostic (CPSD) examines the constraints that prevent the private sector from creating the jobs that Moroccans need and from contributing more dynamically to the country’s development goals. It also identifies sectors where the private investment can support of greater spillovers to the economy and higher quality jobs in productive sectors. These include the automotive and aeronautics industries and tertiary education and vocational training.
English - 142 pages | French - 154 pages | 2019 IFC
Jul 17, 2019
As Kenya looks forward to 2030, it aspires to industrialize into a middle-income country that provides equal opportunities for all. But to sustain the growth it needs to achieve these aspirations, Kenya must eliminate the main barriers to expanding its private sector. The Kenya Country Private Sector Diagnostic looks at the opportunities and constraints to attracting private investment in key enabling and priority sectors and provides specific recommendations to unlocking their potential.
English | 134 pages | 2019 IFC
Jun 26, 2019
The Rwanda Country Private Sector Diagnostic (CPSD) examines how private sector growth can support the country’s development goals. While Rwanda has advanced along its development path, there is an urgent need to create productive jobs to drive inclusive economic transformation.
English | 127 pages | 2019 IFC
May 20, 2019
This Country Private Sector Diagnostic (CPSD) examines and identifies opportunities for growth of the private sector in Ethiopia. It suggests a broadening strategy to exploit opportunities in a range of traditional and non-traditional sectors, such as tourism and ICT to meet the jobs challenge, while achieving macroeconomic stability.
English | 87 pages | 2019 IFC
May 14, 2019
This Country Private Sector Diagnostic (CPSD) identifies opportunities to stimulate sustainable economic growth and development by harnessing the power of the private sector in Angola.
English | 164 pages | 2019 IFC
Nov 13, 2018
The Country Private Sector Diagnostic looks into opportunities and constraints holding back private sector growth in Nepal, and identifies tourism, agribusiness, education, health and IT as sectors that could play a key role in enabling Nepal’s growth strategy.
English | 104 pages | 2018 IFC