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In 2013 CIPE worked on

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Latest News From CIPE:

February 12, 2018

The Weight of Corruption on Women Leaders in Africa

Around the world, systemic corruption continues to impede market development and erode the legitimacy of political systems. Across Africa, leaders have attempted to tackle the corruption endemic in bureaucracies, business, and security forces, with varying success. As Africa has witnessed the rise of prominent women presidents such as Ellen Johnson Sirleaf of Liberia and Joyce Banda of Malawi, these women have also vowed to tackle corruption in their respective countries, yet faced many obstacles in doing so.

January 24, 2018

CIPE and Stanford Deliver Leadership Academy for Development to Tunisian Leaders to Help Address Country’s Challenges

Tunis, Tunisia – Designed to meet the challenges of high unemployment, corruption and inflation, the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) recently conducted a Leadership Academy for Development (LAD) for a group of Tunisian business, government and civil society leaders, CIPE said today.

January 23, 2018

CIPE and Egyptian Business Leaders Unveil Regulatory Roadmap for Egypt’s Transition to a Cashless Economy

Cairo, Egypt – The Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE), together with the Federation of Egyptian Industries (FEI) and the Federation of Egyptian Banks (FEB), are sharing details of a new Executive Roadmap to aid Egypt’s transition to a cashless economy. The roadmap includes proposals for numerous legal and regulatory reforms.

January 22, 2018

The New Great Game? China’s Investment Model in the Developing World

China’s international investments have increased rapidly over the past decade, expanding from a narrow focus on natural resources and construction to real estate, finance, brands, and service industries. Much of this international investment has been spearheaded by state-owned enterprises, which operate under both market and political logic. Are China’s investment patterns distinct from international investment norms in either form or strategy? How does investment by its state-owned enterprise serve national goals?

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