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Russia rose to 62 place in the new Doing Business rating from the World Bank
Russia rose to 30 positions in the new Doing Business rating from the World Bank, taking 62 place. This was reported by the press service of the Agency for Strategic Initiatives.
In May, 2012 of the year, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on taking measures necessary to improve Russia's position in this rating on 100 points: from the 120 position in 2012 on 20 in 2018. The Agency for Strategic Initiatives (ASI) was appointed to coordinate these measures. For 2012, Russia managed to improve its position in the Doing Business rating on 8 positions, to 112-th place, and in 2013, the country rose immediately to 20 lines, to 92-th place.
“I think these are the concrete results of the work of the Government, the Agency for Strategic Initiatives. Apparently, it was not in vain that we created it, these are already positive results of its work and of close contact with the business community as a whole, ”- this is how Vladimir Putin assessed Russia's results in the rating.
At the same time, he noted that it is necessary to do everything possible so that not only the positions in the rating change, but also the real conditions of doing business in our country. “We all understand that this is still not enough, there is still a lot of work to be done, especially in today's conditions. We need to make sure that we move on very significantly, noticeably and not only for ratings, but also for business. So that people feel that working in Russia is comfortable, convenient and, accordingly, efficiency can be achieved quickly. But in general, it’s good, of course, ”the president said.