Macro-Economic Factors Affecting Ease of Business
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The past hundred years has seen the largest growth in economies and markets in human history. As the world becomes more and more connected, the importance of businesses and their ability to thrive becomes increasingly important. A country’s policies and its attitude towards new businesses is now relevant on both a macro and microeconomic scale. This paper attempts to examine varying factors that could affect how easy it is to conduct business within a country’s borders. Our findings suggest that lending rates, access to internet and a country’s GDP per capita are all determining factors in this.