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Doing Business au Maroc - comparant la reglamentation en 8 regions : Doing Business 2008 Morocco : comparing regulation in 178 economies (Inglês)

Doing Business in Morocco is the first report submitted regarding Morocco that is based on the study of regulations supporting economic activity, and of regulations limiting it. Doing Business presents the quantitative indicators regarding regulation of businesses and protection of ownership rights among 178 economies -- from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, and over time. For this report the same indicators are used to make comparisons of seven areas of Morocco. The areas can be compared with Casablanca, or with 178 other countries throughout the world. This paper includes the following headings: introduction, starting a business, dealing with licenses, employing workers, registering property, getting credit, protecting investors, paying taxes, trading across borders, enforcing contracts, and closing a business.

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  • Autor

    Djankov, Simeon, McLiesh, Caralee, Goldmark, Lara, Huwiler, Caroline, Fidas, Penelope, Haidar, Jamal Ibrahim, Solf, Sylvia

  • Data do documento

    2007/06/01

  • TIpo de documento

    Documento de Trabalho

  • No. do relatório

    41937

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Marrocos,

  • Região

    Oriente Médio e Norte da África,

  • Data de divulgação

    2010/07/01

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Doing Business 2008 Morocco : comparing regulation in 178 economies

  • Palavras-chave

    corporate income tax rate;Occupational health and safety;protection property right;tax burden on business;limited liability company;water and sewerage;minimum capital requirement;historical data;collective bargaining agreement;security of property;investment in research;shipment of good;requirements for bankruptcy;port of entry;security of ownership;quality of product;abuse of power;limited liability corporation;obstacles to growth;future cash flow;public credit registry;credit information index;credit information system;access to information;quality of information;financial transaction tax;property transfer tax;benefits of trade;information on borrower;quality of infrastructure;amount of tax;cost of goods;standard of living;social security law;introduction of competition;sale of good;impact of reforms;commercial dispute resolution;body of law;social security payment;private property right;electronic tax filing;depreciation of asset;increase consumer price;efficient bankruptcy law;property value;investor protection;legal right;total tax;large business;firing cost;Public Services;wage labor;building permit;secured creditor;property registry;Business Regulation;business data;construction permit;movable properties;bankruptcy process;Paid-In Capital;formal property;corporate insider;entry regulation;tax payment;traded goods;building regulation;Property title;Informal Economy;civil procedure;credit market;contract enforcement;adult population;property registration;overdue loan;import good;procedural requirement;court procedure;recovery rate;insolvency estate;insolvency proceeding;nonperforming loan;financial risk;annual leave;contractual agreement;sale agreement;insolvency process;Commercial Law;manufactured products;registration requirement;registration fee;social value;account receivable;court cost;electronic processing;social network;credit bureaus;building inspection;private information;enforcement cost;ethnic origin;commercial contract;profit tax;informal justice;amount due;local court;court regulations;litigation lawyer;economic crisis;global trade;customs declaration;Filing Documents;good transport;tax system;labor taxes;sales tax;tax payable;standard deduction;capital gain;Oil Export;local taxes;stamp duty;fuel tax;vehicle tax;judicial system;court efficiency;border control;import procedure;bankruptcy system;viable business;human capital;document requirement;productive use;full container;trade tax;inland transport;unsecured creditor;debt structure;efficient outcome;piecemeal liquidation;administrative fee;concerned parties;private law;sewage system;septic tank;utility network;regulatory requirement;regulatory burden;formal sector;transaction cost;simple procedure;security system;small entrepreneur;registered deed;land register;utility connection;redundant worker;secured lending;credit constraint;secured asset;Employment Law;constitutional provision;local law;Labor Union;manufacturing sector;local property;night work;municipal authority;electricity network;electricity connection;telecommunications network;license regulations;labor regulation;industrial relation;collateral agreement;government regulation;minimum wage;Job Creation;working time;legal protection;payroll tax;worker's salary;notice requirement;severance payment;construction sector;construction company;safety regulation;construction industry;site map;business indicator;quantitative indicators;medium-size company;government entity;commercial activity;start-up capital;Real estate;professional service;simplified procedures;entry procedure;private investment;macroeconomic condition;payment information;trade creditor;customs inspection;Tax Compliance;commercial credit;credit exposure;business license;land valuers;Property Law;productivity growth;tax revenue;procedures necessary;Health Service;insolvency law;company registry;environment agency;mandatory arbitration;equal footing;minority investor;distressed company;regulatory cost;applicable law;subsidiary right

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