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Nom: Citizens Economic Empowerment Act, 2006. Act No. 9 of 2006.
Pays: Zambie
Sujet(s): Égalité de chances et de traitement
Type de loi: Loi
Adopté le: 2006-05-12
Entry into force:
Publié le: Government Gazette, Supplement, 2006-05-19
ISN: ZMB-2006-L-75393
Lien: https://www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/natlex4.detail?p_isn=75393&p_lang=fr
Bibliographie: Government Gazette, Supplement, 2006-05-19
Legislation on-line Legislation on-line Laws of Zambia, Blackhall Publishing, Zambia PDF of Act as amended to Act No. 43 of 2010 PDF of Act as amended to Act No. 43 of 2010 (consulté le 2019-03-17)
Résumé/Citation: An Act to establish the Citizens Economic Empowerment Commission and to define its function and powers; establish the Citizens Economic Empowerment Fund; promote the economic empowerment of targeted citizens, citizen empowered companies, citizen influenced companies and citizen owned companies, promote gender-equality in accessing, owing, managing, controlling and exploiting economic resources; encourage an increase in broad-based and effective ownership and meaningful participation of targeted citizens, citizen empowered companies, citizen influenced companies and citizen owned companies in the economy in order to contribute to sustainable economic growth; remove social customs, statutory provisions or other practices that limit access to any particular gender to skills training that is essential for effective participation in the economic sector; promote the employment of both gender by removing structural and discriminatory constraints that hinder any particular gender from employment opportunities and in so doing ensure equitable income distribution; promote equal opportunity of targeted citizens and citizen empowered companies, citizen influenced companies and citizen owned companies in accessing and being awarded procurement contracts and other services from State institutions; promote Greenfield investment through joint ventures and partnerships between local and foreign investors in order to enhance broad-based economic empowerment; and provide for matters incidental to or connected to the foregoing.

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