Doing business 2008: Guatemala
This report presents the summary Doing Business indicators for Guatemala along with the comparator economies selected. The data used for this country profile come from the Doing Business database and are summarized in graphs and tables. This report allows a comparison of the economies not only with one another but also with the best practice economy for each indicator.
Tuesday, January 1, 2008
The best-practice economies are identified by their position in each indicator as well as their overall ranking and by their capacity to provide good examples of business regulation to other economies. These best-practice economies do not necessarily rank number 1 in the topic or indicator, but they are in the top 5.
In Centralamerica is first El Salvador globally ranked 72, followed by Panamá (82), Nicaragua (107), Guatemala (112), Costa Rica (117), Honduras (133).
Latin America is barely ahead of Africa in quality standards and conditions affecting local businesses.
A World Bank study has evaluated regulations which exist in 22 cities in the region for starting new business, registration, construction, and border trade.
The Doing Business 2009 report from BM, reports that El Salvador is one countries that has pass the most reforms to facilitate commercial activities.
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