World Bank says doing business in Bosnian cities difficult.

By bne IntelliNews June 29, 2011
In its second subnational report Doing Business in South East Europe 2011, the World Bank ranked the three analysed Bosnian cities with low rankings in terms of doing business. In its latest research, the World Bank analyses national and local regulations in 22 cities in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro and Serbia. The Bosnian cities in the second report are Banja Luka, Mostar and Sarajevo. The three cities had very low rankings in terms of ease of starting business, registering property and enforcing contracts in the region. Banja Luka ranked well in terms of ease of dealing with construction permits. Banja Luka was one of the cities to improve the most since 2008.

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