середа, 13 січня 2010 р.

Doing Business 2010: Eastern Europe and Central Asia Region Leads the World in Business Regulatory Reform

Washington, D.C., —In a record year for regulatory reform worldwide, Eastern Europe and Central Asia led all regions in the pace of reforms. Doing Business 2010: Reforming through Difficult Times finds that 26 of 27 economies in the region reformed regulations to create more opportunity for domestic firms.

Globally, a record 131 of the 183 economies surveyed reformed business regulations between June 2008 and May 2009, according to the report, the seventh in a series of annual reports published by IFC and the World Bank.

The region was the most active worldwide in reforming insolvency regimes and easing access to credit. Six economies improved their insolvency regimes: Albania, Estonia, Lithuania, Poland, Russia, and Tajikistan. Seven reformed their credit information systems: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Latvia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Serbia, Tajikistan, and Turkey. The Kyrgyz Republic and Poland strengthened the legal rights of borrowers and lenders.

“Governments in Europe and Central Asia continue implementing regulatory reforms as part of their long-term strategies, despite the many challenges of the past year,” said Neil Gregory, Advisor, Financial and Private Sector Development, World Bank Group. “They recognize that the quality of business regulation helps determine how easy it is to reorganize troubled firms, rebuild entrepreneurs’ confidence, and start new businesses,”

Full report: http://www.doingbusiness.org/documents/fullreport/2010/DB10-full-report.pdf


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