Cabinet meeting reviews progress of national reform programme

September 26, 2022

TAP) - The national reform programme was at the heart of a Cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Najla Bouden Saturday in Kasbah.

The meeting reviewed the progress of the economic and financial stabilisation programme, based on a number of axes. These include boosting investment and improving the business climate, encouraging entrepreneurship and setting up fair competition rules, reforming the tax system, strengthening the financial sector, improving digitalisation, enhancing human capital, developing the performance of the public sector and enhancing social inclusion.

The meeting also addressed the progress of the state enterprises' reform programme and the commodities and hydrocarbon subsidy system, in parallel with the acceleration of the energy transition, the social security programme and the reforms in the environmental and sustainable development field.

The PM stressed the need to step up the pace of implementing these reforms, given their importance in economic and financial stabilisation and the preparation of the next steps, the most important of which is the agreement with the International Monetary Fund.


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