Kenya recorded the biggest improvement in the region in the 2016 World Bank’s ease of doing business ranking, moving up 21 positions to 108 in the global investment competitiveness survey even as Rwanda, while still remaining top in the region, slipped six places to come in at number 62.
Uganda improved by 10 places to 122 while Tanzania moved a single digit to 139. Ethiopia was position 146 while Burundi slipped to 152. Kenya also emerged as the third most improved nation in its business regulatory reforms and also one of the top 10 improved countries in the ease of credit access. Read more. Source | East African