In the Republic of the Marshall Islands, PSDI is supporting reforms to strengthen the business environment by increasing business access to finance and improving the performance of state-owned enterprises.
PSDI is working with the Government of the Republic of the Marshall Islands to:
Increase business access to finance through secured transaction reform and the development of an associated online registry;
Strengthen the performance of state-owned enterprises through policy, legislative reform, and analysis; and
Support reforms through advocacy and analytical work.
Resources and Spending
Of the $305,268 PSDI has spent in the Marshall Islands in total, $181,493 has gone to SOE reform. This has largely been used to fund PSDI’s ongoing support for the development and implementation of the 2015 SOE Act.
On this website, $ refers to US dollars unless otherwise stated.
For detailed information on PSDI activities in the Marshall Islands, download the April 2020 PSDI Country Overview here.
Marshall Islands at a glance
13,500 securities registered
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PSDI SOE Expert Christopher Russell delivers a presentation on Finding Balance 2016 in Majuro in October. *The latest edition of PSDI’s state-owned enterprises benchmarking study finds SOE performance has improved in many countries, but gains are proving difficult to sustain.* The fifth edition of Finding Balance, PSDI’s comparative study of state-owned enterprise (SOE) performance in the Pacific, was published in September. Finding Balance 2016: Benchmarking the Performance of State-owned Enterprises in Island Countries...