Calculator_casio.jpgMore countries than ever are slashing red tape around starting new businesses, according to the World Bank’s Doing Business Report, which tracks how easy or hard it is to start businesses around the world. The report, released yesterday shows that things are lightening up for entrepreneurs.

“Government reforms aimed at making it easier to start a company are up 20 percent this year — with poor countries taking the lead.”

(Continue reading the story on Newsweek’s blog)

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