The Republic of Kosovo keeps improving her business regulations, says the World Bank. “It shows that the country is implementing reforms to narrow the gap with the global regulatory frontier”, says Marco Mantovanneli, World Bank’s Country Manager for Kosovo.
According to the Doing Business 2017 report, Kosovo made paying taxes easier and less costly. Next to that, trading across borders became quicker and cheaper, since last year.
Starting a business in the Balkans state goes quicker than in most other countries of the world. Kosovo ranks 13th in ease of starting a business. Overall, Kosovo ranks 60th of 189 countries in ease of doing business. They climbed a couple of places in compare with last year, and many places in compare with three years ago. Based on these statistics, the state is among the 33 percent best countries of the world.
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