Doing business in the V4

Slovakia enjoys the best environment for doing business among the V4 countries according to the Doing Business 2011 report prepared by the World Bank. Of the 183 evaluated countries, Slovakia placed 41st, down one ranking compared with last year. All three other V4 members improved their positions: Hungary jumped from 52nd to 46th, the Czech Republic moved from 82nd to 63rd and Poland improved its ranking from 73rd to 70th. 41. Slovakia (40) 46. Hungary (52) 63. The Czech Republic (82) 70. Poland (73) Source: Doing Business 2011

Slovakia enjoys the best environment for doing business among the V4 countries according to the Doing Business 2011 report prepared by the World Bank. Of the 183 evaluated countries, Slovakia placed 41st, down one ranking compared with last year. All three other V4 members improved their positions: Hungary jumped from 52nd to 46th, the Czech Republic moved from 82nd to 63rd and Poland improved its ranking from 73rd to 70th.


41. Slovakia (40)
46. Hungary (52)
63. The Czech Republic (82)
70. Poland (73)
Source: Doing Business 2011

The piece is part of the Visegrad Countries - Facing New Challenges, prepared by The Slovak Spectator with the support of the International Visegrad Fund. For more information on cooperation between the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia please see the following document.

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