Seven recommendations, aimed at guaran teeing transparency in the business world in the Central African Republic (CAR),
were adopted at a training session on the norms of the Organisation for the Harm o nisation of Business Law (OHADA), initiated by the support project to the reform
of the Finance ministry, which ended here Thursday.
Financed by the European Union, the 10-day workshop, which took place in Bangui and in Boali (90 kilometres north of Bangui), was held alongside the framework o f the training programme aimed at better responding to the national context and t o the progress of the implementation of OHADA norms in CAR.
Nearly 10 modules, including the OHADA treaty, the eight uniform acts, counselli ng and negotiation techniques in public business law, were taught the executives
from the inspectorate of public finance and the finance ministry by experts from
the French Louis Berger consulting firm.
Speaking at the closure of the workshop, the Central African Finance Minister, M r. Emmanuel Bizot, said he was very satisfied with the result of the proceedings , noting this will help make the inspectorate of public finance perform more, in
a bid to ensure transparency in the business world in the Central African Republ i c.