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StatsGuru: Doing business in India

Udit Misra 

World Bank's latest Doing Business 2017 ranking has pegged India at 130th rank out of 190 countries. This is an improvement of one measly rank over last year. This change, too, came about just because India's rank in DB2016 was revised downward to 131. But this rank only tells a part of the story since economies are graded over 41 indicators ranging 10 topics. As such, a better picture emerges if one sees not just the rank but also the range over which an economy performs. As shown in Chart 1, economies with a higher rank and a smaller variation across parameters would be considered ...

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StatsGuru: Doing business in India

World Bank's latest Doing Business 2017 ranking has pegged India at 130th rank out of 190 countries World Bank's latest Doing Business 2017 ranking has pegged India at 130th rank out of 190 countries. This is an improvement of one measly rank over last year. This change, too, came about just because India's rank in DB2016 was revised downward to 131. But this rank only tells a part of the story since economies are graded over 41 indicators ranging 10 topics. As such, a better picture emerges if one sees not just the rank but also the range over which an economy performs. As shown in Chart 1, economies with a higher rank and a smaller variation across parameters would be considered ... image
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StatsGuru: Doing business in India

World Bank's latest Doing Business 2017 ranking has pegged India at 130th rank out of 190 countries. This is an improvement of one measly rank over last year. This change, too, came about just because India's rank in DB2016 was revised downward to 131. But this rank only tells a part of the story since economies are graded over 41 indicators ranging 10 topics. As such, a better picture emerges if one sees not just the rank but also the range over which an economy performs. As shown in Chart 1, economies with a higher rank and a smaller variation across parameters would be considered ...

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