How Businesses See Government: Responses from Private Sector Surveys in 69 Countries, Part 63
World Bank, Jan 1, 1998 - Business & Economics - 66 pages
This paper presents the results of a survey of almost 4,000 entrepreneurs in 69 countries who were asked to judge what constituted a major obstacle for business operations. Among the numerous findings in the report, corruption, crime and theft, and tax regulations were found to be important obstacles to doing business. OECD countries, six transition countries, and twelve developing countries were represented in the survey.
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