Latin Entrepreneur Index 2017

For the second straight year, the general improvement in the conditions for setting up a business in Latin American countries was overtaken by a significant deterioration in Venezuela. By Beatriz Helena Pacheco Lozada Despite a slowdown in Latin America’s economy, brought by lower commodity prices, conditions for starting a business continue to improve in most of the region’s countries. The region as a whole scored 80.5 points in Latin Trade’s Entrepreneur Index 2017, up 5 points from the year before. The index calculates the ease of starting and operating a business in 18 Latin American countries based on five indicators. Three of them relate to the ease of starting a business, such as procedures, approval times and costs. Two of […]

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