There was good news for Jamaica in the latest global survey on business friendliness, but private-sector interests say there is still work to be done on clearing bureaucratic roadblocks.
Ranked at 64 in the ease of doing business, Jamaica moved up seven spots from last year’s adjusted position, according to the World Bank’s Doing Business 2016 report.
With progress in four major areas – starting a business, dealing with construction permits, paying taxes and resolving insolvency – Jamaica was named among the top 10 economies with the most gains.
Published in the Gleaner
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