Recently, KCCI Research published a detailed report on Ease Of Doing Business
In the report titled EODB 2020-Need for Maintaining an Upward Trajectory we attempt to shed some light on the status of Ease of Doing Business in Pakistan as studied by the World Bank (WB) in its yearly publication. The improvement in business reforms brought throughout FY19 was recognized by the World Bank (WB) in its Ease of Doing Business report 2020. After climbing 11 places in the 2019 version of the report, Pakistan jumped further 28 places to now be ranked at 108th in a list of 190 economies. Subsequently, the WB has also included Pakistan in its list of most improving economies of 2020. After carefully studying the WB’s model, we have worked out that by improving the overall business environment in the country, Pakistan can establish itself as a top performer in the rankings. In fact, given the present state of business reforms, aiming for a target range of between 84th – 22nd is fairly achievable; provided that relevant reforms are introduced and are made sure to be effective once in place.


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Countrywide lockdown extended till 14th

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Top businessmen seek relief amid COVID-19 lockdown

The top businessmen of the country via video conference held a meeting of the PM’s core economic team in which they asked the govt. to resolve their liquidity crunch through immediate release of tax refunds and granting more concessions on principle and mark-up of outstanding loans. […]

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Businesses ask for easing lockdown in Sindh

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World could face food crisis: UN, WTO

The heads of three global agencies (UN FAO, WHO and WTO) have warned of a potential worldwide food shortage if authorities fail to manage the ongoing coronavirus crisis properly. Many govts. around the world have put their populations on lockdown to slow the spread of the virus but that […]

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