Report “Doing Business in the European Union”

Doing Business in the European Union 2018: Croatia, Czech Republic, Portugal and Slovakia

The report entitled “Doing Business in the European Union” published by the European Commission and the World Bank compares the legal regulation of domestic  companies in 25 cities in Croatia, the Czech Republic, Portugal and Slovakia with 186 other economies.
These four countries share a significant growth potential, a strong interest in convergence with the rest of the EU and a focus on improving the investment  climate and encouraging private sector growth. The focus of the report is on indicator sets that measure the complexity and cost of regulatory processes,  as well as the strength of legal institutions, affecting five stages in the life of a small to medium-size domestic firm: starting a business, dealing with  construction permits, getting electricity, registering property and enforcing contracts through a local court.

For report click here.