The vision and government agenda

Kuwait is transforming into a financial and trade center, that is attractive to investors, where the private sector leads the economy, creating competition and promoting production efficiency, under the umbrella of enabling government institutions, which accentuates values, safeguards social identity, achieves human resource development balanced development, provides adequate infrastructure, advanced legislation and an inspired business environment. The formula of the state vision until 2035, as framed above, reflects a range of meanings, ambitions and aspirations.

His Highness the Emir of Kuwait announced Vision 2035 stipulating turning Kuwait into a commercial and financial center by the year 2035. Based on this vision, the Government forwarded a four-year development plan and agenda that was approved by The National Assembly of the State of Kuwait.

The primary purpose of the new plan is to stimulate the efforts and potential of the State of Kuwait to confront the various challenges facing the development process over the next four years in four key areas: economic; human and social development; public administration; and planning and information.

In an effort to create the appropriate environment for the implementation of all policies in the plan, the Government has established frameworks for the long-term strategic vision and identified a set of goals to lead the planning process. These processes will reflect the vision and help to avoid the negative aspects of past experiences while ensuring effective project implementation.