Enhancing the quality of Uzbekistan’s exports
To ensure its exports are competitive on international markets, the Government of Uzbekistan sought to upgrade its national quality infrastructure (NQI), supporting standardization, accreditation, certification, and metrology (measurement).
Providing country: Croatia
Receiving country: Uzbekistan
Accelerating Economic Development through Improved Land Administration in Nicaragua
Strong property rights crucial Uncertainty over land tenure can have several negative conse­quences.
Receiving country: Nicaragua
Expanding Internet access in the Kyrgyz Republic
A fundamental prerequisite for successfully growing an economy today is affordable, efficient, and widespread access to Internet services. But many countries are still in the process of creating the necessary foundations for transitioning to an information society.
Providing country: Croatia
Receiving country: Kyrgyz Republic
Moldova Builds Capacity to Align with EU Corporate Financial Reporting Standards
The government of Moldova has been pursuing reforms to strengthen corporate financial reporting (CFR) since the mid-1990s, but by mid 2009 the system still had shortcomings.  The GOM did not have a clear understanding of key sections of the Country Action Plan (CAP) for reforming corporate financial reporting that the World Bank had helped creat
Receiving country: Moldova
Strengthening the Public Internal Control System and the Internal Audit Function in Brazil
The economic recession in 2015 in Brazil was exacerbated by a weak public sector internal control system (PIC), which was not strong enough to curb corruption. Brazil, whose democratic constitution stemmed only from 1988, needed to learn to how to approach strengthening PIC.
Providing country: Bulgaria, Croatia
Receiving country: Brazil