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Makati City, December 08, 2010. Janamitra Devan Vice President Financial and Private Sector Development The World Bank and International Finance Corporation Tanya Lat Project Manager AIM Policy Center. What does Doing Business measure?. Doing Business indicators:

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Makati City, December 08, 2010

JanamitraDevan

Vice President

Financial and Private Sector Development

The World Bank and International Finance Corporation

Tanya Lat

Project Manager

AIM Policy Center

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What does Doing Business measure?

  • Doing Business indicators:
    • Focus on regulations relevant to the life cycle of a small to medium-sized domestic business in the largest business city
    • Are built on standardized case scenarios
    • The objective: efficient regulations, accessible to all, and simple to implement
  • DO NOT measure all aspects of the business environment such as macroeconomic stability, corruption, level of labor skills, proximity to markets, or of regulation specific to foreign investment or financial markets.

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doing business indicators 11 areas of business regulation 9 included in the ranking
Doing Business indicators – 11 areas of business regulation (9 included in the ranking)

Property rights

Investor protection

Access to credit

Recovery rate

Reallocation of assets

Administrative burden

Flexibility in hiring

Entry

  • 1 Footnote goes here (add tab after number for proper alignment). 10 pt Arial regular.
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percentage of countries with at least one positive improvement in 2009 10

Economies in East Asia & the Pacific were among the most active in making it easier for local firms to do business in 2009/10

Percentage of countries with at least one positive improvement in 2009/10

Eastern Europe and Central Asia

OECD high Income

61%

75%

47%

63%

59%

67%

84%

Middle East and North Africa

East Asia and Pacific

South Asia

Latin America and Caribbean

Sub-Saharan Africa

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why expand doing business to the subnational level
Why expand Doing Business to the subnational level?
  • Closer to an apples-to-apples comparison
  • Expands Doing Business beyond the largest business city
  • Captures local differences in regulations or enforcement
  • Gives specific locations an opportunity to tell their story and provides a tool for locations to compete globally
  • Provides information on good practices within the same country that can be easily replicated
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Doing Business in the Philippines 2011 covers 25 cities

Luzon:

Batangas City, Caloocan, Las Piñas, Makati, Malabon, Mandaluyong, Manila, Marikina, Muntinlupa, Navotas, Parañaque, Pasay, Pasig, Quezon City, San Juan, Taguig, Valenzuela

Visayas:

Cebu City, Iloilo City, Lapu-Lapu, Mandaue

Mindanao:

Cagayan de Oro, Davao City, General Santos, Zamboanga City

  • Doing Business in the Philippines 2011 updates 2008 data and expands the analysis to 25 cities. The study measures national and local regulations across the country in 3 areas of the life of a business:
  • 1. starting a business
  • 2. dealing with construction permits
  • 3. registering property
  • Second in a series of reports undertaken in partnership with the Asian Institute of Management Policy Center
  • Data collected with the help of more than 500 private sector contributors and public sector officials
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Key findings

  • 65% of cities benchmarked in 2008 and again in 2010 have improved in at least one area measured
  • Computerization and multiple service providers make it easier to do business, lower transaction costs and increase transparency across the Philippines
  • High number of procedures continues to be a challenge for entrepreneurs
  • Wide variation in local business regulation across the country points to ample room for further business reforms
  • National level business reforms needed for more results
  • Cities can learn from the existing good practices of their peers and become more competitive nationally and globally
manila made starting a business easier in 2009 10 thanks to local level reforms
Manila made starting a business easier in 2009/10 thanks to local level reforms

Manila introduced a one-stop shop for the municipal license and cut the inspection by the mayor’s office, reducing start-up time by 15 days

Time cut from 53 to 38 days

1 procedure cut

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Why business regulation reform matters

  • Easier business entry means more new firms: evidence from empirical research

Mexico

    • Impact of the reduction of registration procedures through the introduction of One-Stop Shops and the elimination of federally required procedures
          • Increase in the number of new firms of about 6%
          • Increase in employment by 2.6%
          • Consumer Price Index decrease by 1% due to competitive pressures of new entrants

Colombia

    • Impact of the introduction of One-Stop Shops in 6 cities:
          • Increase of 5.2% in the number of new firms

India

    • Impact of the elimination of License Raj in 16 states over 64 industries:
          • Increase in the number of new firms by 6%
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Thank you

www.doingbusiness.org/philippines