Case study - Example of an Enabling Environment Analysis in Mongolia done in 2011
The conclusions reached at the 2007 ILC discussion on the promotion of sustainable enterprises identified, among other things, 17 pillars for an environment conducive to the promotion of sustainable enterprises. This report is based on these conclusions. It analyses how the country performs with respect to each pillar, with the aim of assessing the relative strengths and weaknesses of the enabling environment for sustainable enterprises and employment in Mongolia. In undertaking the assessment it was clear that SMEs face particular challenges in Mongolia but at the same time, they are vital to the diversification of the Mongolian economy and to enhance its national competitiveness. Thus, the second part of this report contains a framework for SME growth and development.