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Doing business 2010 : United Kingdom - comparing regulation in 183 economies (English)

Doing Business 2010 is the seventh in a series of annual reports investigating regulations that enhance business activity and those that constrain it. Doing Business presents quantitative indicators on business regulations and the protection of property rights that can be compared across 183 economies, from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, over time. This paper presents the summary Doing Business indicators for the United Kingdom. The paper includes the following headings: introduction and aggregate rankings, starting a business, dealing with construction permits, employing workers, registering property, getting credit, protecting investors, paying taxes, trading across borders, enforcing contracts, closing a business, and Doing Business 2010 reform.

Details

  • Document Date

    2001/10/01

  • Document Type

    Working Paper

  • Report Number

    50497

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    United Kingdom,

  • Region

    Europe and Central Asia,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/07/01

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Doing business 2010 : United Kingdom - comparing regulation in 183 economies

  • Keywords

    private limited liability company;tax burden on business;justice of the peace;business law and regulation;protection property right;social security contribution rate;corporate income tax rate;access to formal credit;Occupational health and safety;Goods and Service Tax;minimum capital requirement;credit information index;construction permit;historical data;large business;investor protection;water and sewerage;security of property;access to information;Letter of Credit;social security payment;cost of goods;types of cost;real estate cadastre;real estate registry;approval of transactions;benefits of trade;financial transaction tax;shipment of good;port of entry;depreciation of asset;efficient bankruptcy law;property transfer tax;increase consumer price;sale of good;future cash flow;limited liability corporation;government and business;quality of product;value added tax;property as collateral;amount of tax;investment in research;standard of living;body of law;core labor standard;Labor Market Flexibility;information on borrower;credit information system;quality of information;assets as collateral;collective bargaining agreement;transfer of land;medium size companies;impact of reforms;obstacles to growth;infrastructure and services;electronic tax filing;regional trade agreement;statutory time limit;joint stock company;conflicts of interest;private limited company;tax identification number;legal right;property value;mandatory contribution;director liability;total tax;Business Regulation;secured creditor;Property title;property registration;bankruptcy process;labor taxes;adult population;insolvency process;Tax Compliance;tax payment;Land Registry;stamp duty;manufacturing sector;secured lending;sale agreement;credit registry;public credit;movable asset;secured asset;turnover tax;informal sector;building permit;trade process;notarization requirement;Property tax;sales tax;collateral agreement;public sale;recovery rate;company registration;contract enforcement;Electric Power;traded goods;original asset;Informal Economy;notary public;commercial activity;pay taxes;building regulation;local property;overdue loan;productive use;site map;financial risk;nonperforming loan;construction industry;contractual agreement;Ocean Transport;procedural requirement;private law;Construction Law;formal property;piecemeal liquidation;efficient outcome;commercial cases;employment cost;unsecured creditor;economic crisis;electronic declaration;enforcement cost;macroeconomic condition;inland transport;customs declaration;Filing Documents;good transport;document requirement;import procedure;security system;simple procedure;gender issue;small entrepreneur;transaction cost;bankruptcy system;procedures necessary;regulatory burden;local partner;viable business;insolvency estate;human capital;administrative fee;insolvency proceeding;inspection regime;subsidiary right;land transaction;customs authority;legal form;creating job;public use;electronic system;approval process;waiting time;minimum loan;tax registration;permit fee;inspection procedure;distressed company;credit bureaus;global lead;Company Law;documentation requirement;electronic filing;payment system;insolvency law;Credit History;redundancy procedure;credit provider;online system;electronic verification;insolvency administrator;border crossing;container terminal;trade finance;efficient courts;commercial dispute;local court;commercial court;civil procedure;court regulations;litigation lawyer;import good;quantitative indicators;judicial system;registration requirement;Commercial Law;secured transaction;insolvency act;corporate disclosure;security rights;border control;infrastructure service;utility connection;tariff reduction;manufactured products;full container;fee structure;property transaction;protecting investor;applicable law;entry regulation;big ships;global trade;vehicle tax;effective tax;administrative cost;public company;financial statement;standard deduction;profit tax;majority shareholder;tax payable

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Doing business 2010 : United Kingdom - comparing regulation in 183 economies (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/507371468314354961/Doing-business-2010-United-Kingdom-comparing-regulation-in-183-economies