Packirisamy Natarajan, Mohammad Tanzeem Raza


India, a nation of second largest population in the world is well becoming a largest nation in creating entrepreneurs. The creation of entrepreneurs depends upon the Doing Business policies, procedures and regulations. A business-friendly ecosystem is a pre-requisite for the growth and development of a nation. By considering the indicators of doing business namely- starting a business, getting electricity, dealing with construction permits, registering property,  getting credit, protecting minority investors, paying taxes, trading across borders, enforcing contracts, resolving insolvency and labor market regulation,  this paper analytically investigate on ease of doing business in compliance with relevant regulations and procedures. This study also investigate the measures taken by the government to accentuate ease of doing business. The policy reforms by Government will serve as an incubator to make entrepreneurship viral in the country. It requires committed effort of all supporting institutions and primarily entrepreneurship compliance.  

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