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ICF commends Rwanda on being named "top reformer" in the World Bank's 'Doing Business 2010' report
ICF's Chief Executive Officer, Mr Omari Issa, comments: "The fact that so many African countries have improved their 'Doing Business 2010' report rankings is testament to the commitment of their respective governments who are taking steps to address business fundamentals. Great progress is being made in many African countries to reduce bureaucracy, regulation, and red-tape and to improve poor infrastructure, in order to improve the continent's business environment and support economic growth.
"A healthy commercial environment is as much about confidence as it is about opportunities and resources and we hope that the improvements recognised in this year's 'Doing Business 2010' report will encourage more governments to convert goodwill into fast, measurable and practical action."
The following table summarises the rankings of countries that ICF is currently supporting, and details their current projects.
Investment Climate Facility for Africa
The Investment Climate Facility for Africa is a unique public-private partnership between government and business that aims to help Africa create a more attractive business environment and realize its potential as a global player and trading partner. ICF works to remove real and perceived obstacles to domestic and foreign investment by assisting Africans to prepare and promote the continent as an investment destination. ICF success is measured against higher levels of investment, faster economic growth, enhanced business opportunities and sustained returns for investment. ICF has the support of key Africa institutions, international development partners and private sector companies.
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