World Bank: Poland improves the most in Doing Business 2013.

By bne IntelliNews October 24, 2012
The World Bank's Doing Business 2013 report shows that Poland has improved the most in the Doing Business measures over the last year, while Singapore maintains its top spot in the overall ranking. Poland has moved to the 55th spot from the 62th rank a year ago. Poland improved the most in the ease of doing business, through 4 reformsmaking it easier to register property, pay taxes, enforce contracts and resolve insolvency as measured by Doing Business, the report reads. Recently, PM Donald Tusk said that he expects Poland to improve in the World Bank's ranking. He argued that his government has engaged in a number of deregulation-oriented projects. The premier mentioned streamlining court operations, new laws on bankruptcy and construction works.

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