A good performance in the Doing Business rankings is increasingly becoming a government priority for many African countries, following the lead of Rwanda, which was an early star-performer.
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Streamlining logistics and clearance is an existential issue for landlocked countries, but the coastal countries have the “luxury” of dysfunction.
Doing Business provides objective measures of business regulations and their enforcement across 189 economies. This data ranks the performance of African countries in the index
The index assesses the extent to which the administration at the border facilitates the easy entry of goods; a higher score indicates that customs administrations are highly efficient in getting goods over borders.
Time required to register property measures the time, in calendar days, necessary for a business to complete the legal and bureaucratic procedures required for registering property