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China’s Doing Business Success : Drivers of Reforms and Opportunities for the Future (English)

The objective of this working paper is to: (i) document China’s business environment reform experience over the past few years, (ii) analyze the reform measures and the institutional arrangements that enabled this success, (iii) identify the remaining opportunities for business environment reforms; and (iv) share lessons learned from China’s experience with other economies that also aspire to improve the business environment.

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  • Author

    Piatkowski,Marcin Miroslaw, Solf,Sylvia, Wei,Wenting

  • Document Date

    2020/07/24

  • Document Type

    Working Paper

  • Report Number

    151109

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    China,

  • Region

    East Asia and Pacific,

  • Disclosure Date

    2020/07/26

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    China’s Doing Business Success : Drivers of Reforms and Opportunities for the Future

  • Keywords

    protection of intellectual property right; small and medium size enterprise; business environment; corporate income tax rate; innovation for competitiveness; SME credit; improving business environment; public access to information; value-added tax; legal framework for insolvency; Cost of Doing Business; poverty head count; use of information technology; Barriers to Market Access; international good practice; accountability for results; national civil service; foreign investment company; intellectual property rights; limited liability company; cost of credit; access to finance; business environment indicator; local legal framework; government service centers; certificate of completion; engine of growth; foreign direct investment; land administration system; real estate registry; implementation of reform; civil service job; fast economic growth; low voltage network; Sustainable Economic Development; business management system; investment climate reform; global trading partners; Innovation and Entrepreneurship; good regulatory performance; growth and development; quality of public; impact of reforms; market entry barrier; construction permit; approval procedure; administrative procedure; Single Window; pay taxes; Business Registration; market entities; business license; business indicator; digital technology; building permit; building quality; business community; local policy; administrative efficiency; registration system; across border; red tape; data sharing; market activity; movable collateral; qualification requirement; municipal government; business service; improved public; job opening; evaluation system; administrative service; company registration; local good; plenary meeting; transaction cost; approval process; property registration; strengthening protection; reform policy; market condition; internal market; pricing standard; legal institution; market supervision; corporate investment; international business; important policy; utility service; subnational tax; convenience stores; power supply; tax filing; supply contract; electricity tariff; fair competition; autonomous region; market player; healthy development; several areas; measure of reform; reform economic; noncommercial purposes; value added; empirical evidence; tax issue; record keeping; tax cut; document requirement; contract enforcement; governance system; state reform; technical inspection; comparable data; tax process; architectural plan; data standard; new way; Public Utilities; business tax; national innovation; state tax; preferential treatment; Population Aging; taxable income; national policy; reform plan; administrative applications; mobile application; bankruptcy act; processing time; young graduate; development zone; labor supply; international knowledge; e-government service; people income; open economy; judicial interpretation; electricity connection; public source; economic recovery; legal right; Fitness Centers; network capacity; national regulation; power load; sustainable business; Public Services; tariff change; Administrative law; tax burden; institutional barrier; tech company; connection process; insolvency procedure; commercial electricity; effective monitoring; construction industry; safety mechanism; several years; electrical grid; income economy; reporting system; business establishment; market environment; site inspection; state authority; minority shareholder; corporate governance; total tax; contribution rate; tax regulation; comparative advantage; economic competitiveness; potential investment; movable asset; qualitative indicator; credit decision; marginal return; standard application; renewal services; quantitative data; reform measure; credit management; online service; raw material; new business; finished product; collateral registration; performance incentive; online application; minimum capital; enrollment rate; investment rate; financial system; subsidiary right; market competition; working day; minority investor; big data

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Citation

Piatkowski,Marcin Miroslaw Solf,Sylvia Wei,Wenting

China’s Doing Business Success : Drivers of Reforms and Opportunities for the Future (English). FCI Insight Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/303721595571418864/China-s-Doing-Business-Success-Drivers-of-Reforms-and-Opportunities-for-the-Future