Whereas President Jovenel Moise's Haiti, which said in May that it wanted to enter into a partnership with Taiwan, is at the bottom of the list of 190 countries, however Taipei wins two places to become 13 e ranked in the Doing Business 2019 rankings, which assesses the ease of doing business in 190 economies around the world including Haiti, plagued by corruption and impunity
Sunday, November 4, 2018 ((rezonodwes. com)) – This ranking, published on October 31 in Washington DC by the World Bank, has still not raised any kind of outcry in Port-au-Prince, which would be accustomed and comforted in its role as leader of corruption in Caribbean.
With a score of 80.9 / 100, up 0.24 percentage points from the previous edition, Taiwan ranks fifth, up one place, in Asia-Pacific behind the New Zealand (1 and ), Singapore (2 e ), Hongkong (4 e ) and South Korea (5 e ). Like last year, the top three places in the world go to New Zealand, Singapore and Denmark, in that order.
Of the top ten categories, Taiwan gets its highest score for licensing build, with a score of 87.11 / 100 placing it second in the world. Taiwan also has good results in access to electricity, with 96.32 points, the eighth in the world, or in the protection of minority shareholders, with 75 points, ie 15 and world ranking.
Unlike in Haiti, where members of the Executive are on leave mode Toussaint, the parliament left on indefinite vacation in Taiwan, the leaders commented and took note of this report of the World Bank. 19659003] In response to this publication, the Ministry of National Development in Taipei underscored the Government's commitment to improving the business environment in Taiwan by, among other things, easing regulations and procedures for corporate registration.
Regarding the categories in which Taiwan sees its rating decline – access to credit and cross-border trade – the Ministry indicated that it worked closely with the Financial Supervisory Commission and the Ministry of Finance to accelerate the reforms relating to the sale of movable goods and customs procedures for import-export.
Recall that in this world ranking, the Haitian economy, with the score of 38.52 out of 100 for the ease of doing business, was down one place from last year while around the world, 128 economies saw an improvement in their regulatory framework affecting the business environment in the set of indicators measured by Doing Business