| The regulatory environment is one of the key drivers of business activity. The World Bank’s annual “Doing Business” study analyzes business regulations and property right protections around the world. Now in its 17th year, the 2020 edition presents quantitative indicators for 190 countries. It highlights countries that have made progress in facilitating entrepreneurship and serves as a road map for structural reform.|
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