“Doing Business in 2006: Creating Jobs” is a recent report delivered by World Bank, which describes the conditions for operating a business around the world. I think I’ve already read some of these facts in Thomas Friedmon’s “The World Ss Flat” book, but it’s always good to refresh and re-confirm old knowledge. There’s also plenty of new and changed stuff, so it is surely of interest for anyone who plans to start a business somewhere on this planet.
Entrepreneurs in Serbia and Montenegro can register new businesses online, and if the entrepreneur has not heard from the government in five days, the business can start.
Via Guy Kawasaki.
P.S.: Cyprus is not mentioned in that report even once.