Variables en la facilidad de hacer negocios en China. Un estudio comparativo internacional a traves del informe "Doing Business"
[Variables and their impact in the ease of doing business in China. An international comparative study based in the "Doing Business" report]
AbstractThis paper tries to identify the most important variables which contribute to the ease of doing business in China comparing specific figures with other Asian economies as well.The analysis uses data from the DB report (World Bank 2010). The methodology of the research uses a statistical correlation analysis of variables and a comparative study with other Asian nations.
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Date of creation: May 2011
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ease of doing business; China; investments; international business;
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