Top 10 Easiest Economies to do Business in Africa

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Doing Business is an annual report measuring the regulations that enhance business activity and those that constrain it produced by the World Bank.

This year marks the 15th Doing Business report. Since the inception of the project in 2003, the global business regulatory environment has changed dramatically. Governments around the world have embraced and nurtured advances in information technology to reduce bureaucratic hurdles and increase transparency. Today, in 65 of the 190 economies covered by Doing Business, entrepreneurs can complete at least one business incorporation procedure online, compared with only nine of the 145 economies measured in Doing Business 2004. Furthermore, in 31 economies it is now possible to initiate a commercial dispute online. This kind of progress can also be observed in the other areas measured by Doing Business.

Here is a list of the top 10 African Countries from the Report:
  1. (25) Mauritius
  2. (41) Rwanda
  3. (69) Morocco
  4. (80) Kenya
  5. (81) Botswana
  6. (82) South Africa
  7. (85) Zambia
  8. (88) Tunisia
  9. (104) Lesotho
  10. (106) Namibia

Here is the full report: db2018-full-report


This Article is sponsored by: Abel Communications


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Amadou is a Social Entrepreneur, Business Coach, Public Speaker, and Promoter of African Entrepreneurship. Passionate about Africa and Entrepreneurship, Amadou’s mission is to work with African Entrepreneurs to bring out their stories and support them. As the Host of Africans Building Africa Podcast, Amadou loves to chat with African Entrepreneurs to deliver informative and inspiring content to Africans who would like to start a business or invest in Africa.
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