The 2014-2020 National Industrial Acceleration Plan is an ambitious bid to earn the country a place among emerging nations. The program is based on ten key measures, including: the creation of a new relationship between large groups, enterprises, and SMEs that are driving forces of growth; the strengthening of manufacturing as the main job creator, especially for young people; and the optimization of socio-economic effects of public tenders. Other measures involve the emerging of micro-enterprises from the informal sector, the creation of a public industrial investment fund and the establishing of industrial hubs in more accessible areas. The plan will be in line with the free trade agreements under negotiation. By 2020, some 500,000 new jobs are expected to be created and the industrial contribution to GDP is expected to rise from 14 to 23%.