Improving ease of doing index, the requirement of year slogan
Rapporteur- Farbod Dehghani: According to various external threats, such as unfair sanctions and restrictions on trade with the world and internal such as corruption, low productivity, low growth rates, unemployment, the crisis of the banking system and the phenomenon of population aging, politicians are focusing on strengthening economy.
In this regard, naming two consecutive years as the resistance economy by the leader of the Revolution shows its importance.
Self-esteem and confidence to experts has proved in many fields such as nanotechnology, aerospace and nuclear that there is the capacity to do great things.
However, because of the wrong policies like Pessimism look to local production and unreasonable import, leading to the bankruptcy and closure of many factories and production units.
Doing Business measures regulations affecting 11 areas of the life of a business. Ten of these areas are included in this year’s ranking on the ease of doing business: starting a business, dealing with construction permits, getting electricity, registering property, getting credit, protecting minority investors, paying taxes, trading across borders, enforcing contracts and resolving insolvency. Doing Business also measures labor market regulation, which is not included in this year’s ranking.
Doing Business 2017: Equal Opportunity for All finds that entrepreneurs in 137 economies saw improvements in their local regulatory framework last year. Between June 2015 and June 2016, the report, which measures 190 economies worldwide, documented 283 business reforms. Reforms reducing the complexity and cost of regulatory processes in the area of starting a business were the most common in 2015/16, as in the previous year. The next most common reforms were in the areas of paying taxes, getting credit and trading across borders. Brunei Darussalam, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Belarus, Indonesia, Serbia, Georgia, Pakistan, the United Arab Emirates, and Bahrain were the most improved economies in 2015/16 in areas tracked by Doing Business. Together, these 10 top improvers implemented 48 regulatory reforms making it easier to do business.
Economies in all regions are implementing reforms easing the process of doing business, but Europe and Central Asia continues to be the region with the highest share of economies implementing at least one reform—96% of economies in the region have implemented at least one business regulatory reform.
Doing Business includes a gender dimension in four of the 11 topics sets. Starting a business, registering property and enforcing contracts present a gender dimension for the first time this year. Labor market regulation already captured gender disaggregated data in last year’s report.(1)