Center for International Private Enterprise

Overview

The Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) Is part of the American Chamber of Commerce in Washington, which is building institutions for market-based economic reform. Since its inception in 1983, the Center has cooperated with the leaders of business associations, decision makers, media institutions and economic and academic research centers in building the legal and institutional frameworks that support a suitable environment for expanding the economic base.

One of the key issues in which the Center collaborates with its local partners is to promote the concepts and practices of corporate governance and corporate citizenship, integrity and transparency, as well as to strengthen the institutional structures of business associations, property rights and solutions to deal with issues of the informal economy and other issues related to building a healthy economic society. Its effects on the lives of citizens. It strengthens democracy around the globe through private enterprise and market-oriented reform.

CIPE is committed to continuing to support its democratic partners in the region to help them weather this period of chaos and instability and play a leading role in building democratic institutions, now and in the future. CIPE supports reform-oriented private sector actors to influence the trajectory of transitions in their respective countries. CIPE strengthens the capacity of business associations and chambers to serve as the voice of the private sector in policy making. CIPE helps improve governance by fostering transparency and accountability in the public and private sectors, and works with local partners to increase support for, and understanding of, the freedoms, rights, and responsibilities essential to market-oriented democracies.

Apply for a Grant: http://www.cipe.org/cipe/grant-apply 


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