India ranks 100 in the “Ease of doing business” report 2018, a jump of 30 positions this year in contrast to 2016. The Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi and Finance Minister Arun Jaitley glorified the governance for its business reforms like Goods and Services Tax(GST) for this significant jump in the “Ease of doing business 2018 report” by World Bank. In the league of 190 nations, India ranks 100 in the “Ease of doing business” report 2018, a jump of 30 positions this year in contrast to 2016. India has a Business ranking of 100.
What is “Ease of Doing Business” and how does it work?
The Ease of Doing Business is a business ranking system formulated by the World Bank to determine how easy and convenient it is to operate for investors and industries in a country. It is a ranking of economies on their work structure like getting electricity, transactions etc. It generally has 10 point parameter in which India has improved on 6 and need business reforms regarding the rest 4.
Our Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Finance Minister Arun Jaitley have expressed their happiness on the business reforms being implemented. The Finance Minister Mr. Arun Jaitley has said that they are focusing on a ranking of 30 by 2020. Mr. Narendra Modi also talked about bringing new business reforms like GST and investors to the country to improve the Indian Economy and its business ranking further.
The significant jump in the “Ease of doing business” report by World Bank is a great sign for the Indian economy. This will attract other investors and will make ways for other business reforms to be implemented.
The main area of focus now should be on getting electricity and other basic amendments. Although the Goods and Services Tax reform was not included in the business ranking due to its late implementation of the government hopes that it will contribute greatly to the Indian