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Sitting side by side, Jim Yong Kim and Paul Romer discussed the potential impact of automation on jobs, the need to raise the profile of practical development research, the best way for people to acquire valuable “soft skills,” and other issues. The


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New Zealand Dethrones Singapore as Easiest Place to Do Business

New Zealand Dethrones Singapore as Easiest Place to Do Business. Singapore slips to second after 10 years atop World Bank ranks. Countries in Sub-Saharan Africa improving but still ranked low. New Zealand has overtaken Singapore as the best country in the the world to do business, according to the World Bank. Singapore slipped to second in the bank’s 2017 “Doing Business” report after topping the ranking for a decade. Finland dropped out of the top 10, falling to 13th. Macedonia, which placed 92nd a decade ago, improved two spots from a year earlier to No. 10. The report ranks countries based on 11 sets of indicators such as the ease of starting a business,... For the first time, the Washington-based development lender took gender factors into consideration in assessing how easy it is to start a business, register property and enforce contracts. The methods used to create the rankings have faced criticism. An independent panel appointed by World Bank President Jim Yong Kim found it used a narrow source of information and had the potential to be misinterpreted, according to a 2013 report. The rankings shouldn’t be used to apply a one-size-fits-all template for development, the panel found. New Zealand, which has one of the fastest-growing economies in the developed world, leads the rankings with the fewest number of procedures to start a business and the shortest time to fulfill them, along with strong legal rights, the bank said. Brunei Darussalam, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Belarus and Indonesia made the biggest strides in business-friendly reforms. dropped to the eighth spot from seventh, while Japan retained its 34th place and China rose to 78th from 84th. India’s ranking was unchanged at 130th. Low Scores. Sub-Saharan African nations continued to have the lowest average score on pro-business regulations, the bank said. Still, countries in that region are improving their scores at a rate almost three times faster than OECD high-income countries, it said. “A growing body of literature shows that government action to create a sound, predictable regulatory environment is central to whether or not economies perform well and whether that performance is sustainable in the long run,” World Bank Chief... War-torn Somalia, a new addition to the rankings this year, was the worst-performer, behind Eritrea, Libya, Venezuela and South Sudan. Sent from Pocoyo fan club using GAGT The five things people should know about New Zealand are:. 1) It is a nation which is anti education, anti progress and anti intellectual. It is like a crime to be highly qualified here. Highly qualified immigrants and even kiwis face discrimination in the workplace. This is the called the tall poppy syndrome which means that New Zealand will never ever improve as they are very against new ideas and concepts. In the job market, it is who you know rather than what you know as New Zealand is a village where people all know each other. This results in people without any qualifications and experience being employed even at managerial level because they have the right connections. As a result of this workplace incompetence, inefficiency, and fraud is very common. Health and safety at the workplace is also very poor. 2) Very poor road quality and poorly light roads at night. Horrible drivers who do not even know the basics of driving. This makes driving very dangerous in New Zealand for newcomers to NZ. 3) Violent crime levels are high including child and domestic abuse. Theft and burglaries are very common. RIghts of criminals are more important than that of the victims. Punishment even for serious crimes is like a slap on the wrist resulting in criminals getting even bolder and more brazen when committing crimes in New Zealand. 4) Although kiwis in general seem polite on the surface, they are just being politically correct, that is all. Rampant xenophobia , prejudice and violence against immigrants occur when kiwis are drunk or on drugs. They hate Asians here the most, although anybody who looks different or has a different accent is a target for hate. 5) Most Kiwis are not genuinely friendly.

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October 5, 2016, WASHINGTON DC. 2016 IMF / World Bank Group Annual Meetings. A one-on-one conversation with World Bank Group President Jim Kim and the Bank’s new Chief Economist Paul Romer. They discuss challenges in global development and the links between economic growth, poverty, and inequality. Photo: Simone D. McCourtie / World Bank
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October 5, 2016, WASHINGTON DC. 2016 IMF / World Bank Group Annual Meetings. A one-on-one conversation with World Bank Group President Jim Kim and the Bank’s new Chief Economist Paul Romer. They discuss challenges in global development and the links between economic growth, poverty, and inequality. Photo: Simone D. McCourtie / World Bank

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