Eleven areas of business activity are then analyzed:
- Enterprise business start-up
- Obtaining building permits
- Demand for electricity
- Property registration
- Obtaining credit
- Investor protection
- Payment of taxes
- International exchanges
- Compliance with contracts
- Insolvency resolution
The study aims to contribute to the improvement of the regulatory framework of the countries analyzed and has been widely acclaimed for inspiring reforms in several developing countries.
Instead, Singapore ranks first, followed by Hong Kong and New Zealand. The United States is fourth, first European is Denmark.
The table below shows the summary data for our country broken down by the 11 areas of interest. The study also tracks the average time required, the number of procedures and any costs incurred.
Specifically analyzing the data that emerged for our country, the "positive" aspects are ownership transfers, contract effectiveness and bankruptcy management while the negative factors are bureaucracy time ( 122nd place ) and tax burden ( 138th place ) with a detected taxation of 65.8% compared to the profit generated.
The Doing Business also tracks differences related to different areas of the same country. I therefore report the link Of the Subnational Doing Business for Italy