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In 2013 CIPE worked on

163 projects in 49 countries

CIPE has more than 100 staff working at our head office in Washington, DC, and in field offices located in Ukraine, Russia, Egypt, Iraq, Nigeria, Pakistan, and Afghanistan.

$18,556,843
total expenditures in 2013

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Latest News From CIPE:

January 21, 2016

CIPE and Provincial Business Leaders in Afghanistan Release Report Outlining Plan To Boost Economic Opportunity

Washington, DC -- In a move to improve the business climate and create more economic opportunity, the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) and local business leaders from the Afghan province of Balkh just released a Provincial Business Agenda (PBA) report that highlights recommendations for reforms to reduce corruption, improve security, reduce taxes, and improve infrastructure.

January 15, 2016

Sullivan Retiring After Three Decades at CIPE

Washington, DC -- Long time Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) Executive Director, John Sullivan, announced his intention to retire after almost a quarter of a century at the helm.

December 15, 2015

CIPE and Provincial Business Leaders in Afghanistan Release Report Outlining Plan To Create More Economic Opportunity

Washington, DC -- The Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) and local business leaders from the Afghan province of Herat just released a Provincial Business Agenda (PBA) report that highlights recommendations for reforms that will reduce corruption, improve security, reduce taxes, increase access to credit, and improve infrastructure. All of these reforms are designed to improve the business climate in the province and create more economic opportunity.

December 8, 2015

CIPE, PNGWCCI to Open Women’s Business Center, Helping to Give Women Economic Opportunity in Papua New Guinea

WASHINGTON, DC -- In a ground breaking move to empower women in Papua New Guinea, the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) and the Papua New Guinea Women’s Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PNGWCCI) will establish a Women’s Business Center that provides an array of practical services to businesswomen and to aspiring entrepreneurs of all backgrounds in Port Moresby.

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