Slow implementation of doing business reforms


Implementation of Doing Business Reforms are progressing slowly despite the granting of relevant approvals by various stakeholders, the Ministry of Trade and Industry chief commercial officer, Gideon Mmolawa said.

Speaking at the Botswana National Productivity Centre (BNPC) Doing Business Reforms workshop held in Gaborone on Tuesday, Mmolawa said government had approved certain reforms, but there has not been any implementation of the reforms.

“The reforms have been approved, but they have not yet been implemented, the relevant authorities are still working on the implementation processes. The task team has approved all these proposed reforms in December last year.

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