New Delhi: India has climbed 23 places in the World Bank's (WB) latest ease of doing business rankings in a near repeat of its performance last year and now stands at 77 among 190 countries assessed by the multilateral lender.
The World Bank's latest Doing Business Report 2019 released here on Wednesday showed that various measures undertaken by the government had helped India jump 23 places from its rank of 100 in 2017. The country had entered the top 100 last year with a bigger jump of 30 places.
"The Doing Business assessment provides objective measures of business regulations and their enforcement across 190 economies on ten parameters affecting a business through its life cycle," a Finance Ministry release said.
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India has moved up 53 ranks in the last two years, the highest improvement in 2 years by any large country since 2011 reflecting our Govt's commitment to implement progressive reforms.#IndiaMeansBusiness #EoDB— Suresh Prabhu (@sureshpprabhu) October 31, 2018
India has done it again! Under the able leadership of Hon'ble PM Shri @narendramodi ji, India jumped the #EaseofDoingBusinessRankings by 23 this year to be ranked at 77. #IndiaMeansBusiness #EoDB pic.twitter.com/BojYOBJAQv— Suresh Prabhu (@sureshpprabhu) October 31, 2018