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Doing business 2010 : Armenia - 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 Armenia. 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.


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    Doing business 2010 : Armenia - comparing regulation in 183 economies

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    Gross National Income Per Capita;private limited liability company;tax burden on business;access to formal credit;Goods and Service Tax;Occupational health and safety;protection property right;business law and regulation;credit information index;minimum capital requirement;historical data;large business;water and sewage;Letter of Credit;corporate income tax;security of property;types of cost;Labor Market Flexibility;value added tax;property transfer tax;financial transaction tax;impact of reforms;infrastructure and services;investment in research;amount of tax;medium size companies;regional trade agreement;electronic tax filing;depreciation of asset;benefits of trade;cost of goods;property as collateral;transfer of land;future cash flow;standard of living;quality of information;assets as collateral;access to information;core labor standard;quality of product;increase consumer price;obstacles to growth;credit information system;sale of good;body of law;information on borrower;government and business;tax identification number;water and sewerage;shipment of good;port of entry;efficient bankruptcy law;collective bargaining agreement;limited liability corporation;construction permit;investor protection;legal right;mandatory contribution;property value;total tax;Business Regulation;Property title;collateral agreement;Property tax;architectural plan;manufacturing sector;sale agreement;secured creditor;credit registry;secured asset;adult population;traded goods;building regulation;stamp duty;movable asset;labor taxes;director liability;sales tax;credit bureaus;Informal Economy;pay taxes;commercial activity;tax payment;building permit;public sale;recovery rate;contract enforcement;informal sector;turnover tax;approval process;bankruptcy process;social security;Tax Compliance;site map;construction industry;income economy;document requirement;regulatory burden;start-up capital;ecological expertise;architectural drawing;industrial relation;unfair treatment;labor regulation;telecommunications provider;government entity;safety regulation;Real estate;registration fee;tax authority;tax authorities;construction sector;litigation lawyer;bankruptcy system;viable business;human capital;productive use;nonperforming loan;financial risk;overdue loan;judicial system;commercial dispute;legal framework;local court;civil procedure;court regulations;efficient courts;business transaction;private law;piecemeal liquidation;efficient outcome;unsecured creditor;private pension;insurance fund;administrative cost;fuel tax;dividend tax;insolvency process;Ocean Transport;import procedure;customs brokerage;border control;online access;Commercial Law;manufactured products;full container;registration form;police department;information collection;property register;company registry;electronic system;contractual agreement;border crossing;Filing Documents;customs declaration;administrative fee;inland transport;good transport;court cost;enforcement cost;insolvency proceeding;insolvency estate;commercial cases;economic crisis;productivity growth;minimum wage;night work;working time;legal provision;medium-size company;manufacturing industry;Job Creation;annual leave;notice requirement;severance payment;redundant worker;stock market;corporate asset;personal gain;approval procedure;external review;Land Registry;small entrepreneur;employment cost;formal property;property registration;transaction cost;simple procedure;minority shareholder;security system;civil suit;procedures necessary;local property;property registry;foreign ownership;commercial zone;land area;worker protection;creating job;profit tax;entry regulation;private investment;professional service;applicable law;subsidiary right;macroeconomic condition;infrastructure service;gender issue;local partner;quantitative indicators;protecting investor;sewage system;septic tank;utility network;regulatory requirement;electricity service;debtor default;majority shareholder;public company;investor access;credit market



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Doing business 2010 : Armenia - comparing regulation in 183 economies (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.