The World Bank Will Do A Study About How Easy It Is To Do Business In 12 Regions In Peru


As part of the actions to boost competitiveness in the country, the World Bank (WB) will carry out the Doing Business study in 12 cities of Peru.

The initiative, according to Gestión, will focus on four regulatory areas in the life cycle of a small and medium-sized local company: opening a company, obtaining construction permits, registering property and fulfilling contracts.

This was informed by the Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF), who said that the results will be made available in November this year and the regions to be analyzed are Arequipa, Callao, Chachapoyas, Chiclayo, Cusco, Huancayo, Huaraz, Ica, Lima, Piura, Tarapoto and Trujillo.

“Alberto Rodriguez, director of the WB for Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador and Peru, said that although the results cannot be advanced yet, the fact is that if the government has requested this study it is because it is hypothesized that these cities in Peru are very heterogeneous and different from Lima”, Gestión wrote.

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