This project, carried out by the UNDP in cooperation with the UK government, aims to promote fair, transparent and predictable business environments in dynamic ASEAN countries. By working with both governments and the private sectors, the project focuses on six countries in ASEAN and Viet Nam is one of the priority countries.
The project will help develop transparent systems in both public and private sectors, champion responsible business practices, as well as strengthen rule of law and anticorruption mechanisms.
This is the first project to be funded by the UK Prosperity Fund in Southeast Asia, as part of its Economic Reform Programme. The UK Prosperity Fund will provide £1.2 billion globally to reduce poverty by promoting economic reform and development to boost inclusive growth in middle-income countries.
Learn more about FairBiz – Promoting a Fair Business Environment in ASEAN
Target countries: Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Thailand and Viet Nam
Project office: UNDP Bangkok Regional Hub