The Regulatory Authority for Subcontracting in the Private Sector (ARSP) calls for the respect of the law companies that resort to private companies operating in the sector of outsourcing in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and the companies that carry out these works of private companies.
For the ARSP, all markets in this sector are reserved only for companies with predominantly Congolese capital.
“All subcontracting markets in the private sector in the Democratic Republic of Congo should be reserved for companies with predominantly Congolese capital, promoted by Congolese and led at least partially by Congolese in accordance with the law (…) ARSP therefore calls on all parties to the law to comply scrupulously under penalty of penalties in this area, ” said a statement from the ARSP published Wednesday, April 24.
At the same time, the Regulatory Authority for Subcontracting in the Private Sector announces the launch of an identification campaign for companies wishing to work in the outsourcing sector with a view to their agreement.
Outsourcing abuses have been denounced by Indo-Pakistani trade workers during recent wage claims in this sector.
The ARSP was created by Decree No. 18/018 of 24 May 2018 with the mission ” the regulation and control of subcontracting activities commissioned by private companies operating in all sectors of the national economy to to promote the emergence of the middle class and to protect the national workforce “.