The World Bank Report, Doing Business 2020, indicates Kenya has improved five positions to 56 globally on attractiveness to investors, the latest World Bank Ease of Doing Business has revealed. This is up from 61 last year.
This has been pegged on among among others, automation of systems that have made starting business in Kenya easy.
The position 56 is out of 190 countries measured in the ease of doing business index.
BRS together with its strategic partners and stakeholders strive to improve this ranking to position 50 by the year 2020.
As part of the reforms and steakholder engagement envisioned within the Registries under the Business Registration Service (BRS), there was established a Joint Liason Committee (JLC)comprising of member-practioners drawn from the Law Society of Kenya (LSK), The Institute od Certified Secretaries (ICS) which meets monthly Read more...