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The Doing Business database provides objective measures of business regulations and their enforcement. The Doing Business indicators are comparable across 155 economies. They indicate the regulatory costs of business and can be used to analyze specific regulations that enhance or constrain investment, productivity and growth.
Published by Werksmans Inc of Johannesburg, South Africa, to give the reader a brief overview of the investment climate, taxation, forms of business organisation and business, accounting and legal practices in South Africa.
The ICF is a new private-public partnership, focused on improving the continent's investment climate. Our mission is to make Africa an even better place to do business, by removing obstacles to domestic and foreign investment and by promoting Africa as an attractive investment destination
Created almost two decades ago, OFII is a business association in Washington D.C. representing the unique issues of U.S. subsidiaries of companies headquartered abroad. OFII's Member Companies range from medium-sized enterprises to some of the largest firms in the United States
Contains the World Bank's most detailed data collection for assessing human welfare to provide a picture of the social effects of economic development. Data are presented for more than 170 economies, omitting only those for which data are inadequate. Emphasis in this publication is on country-by-country review. Up to 94 indicators are reported for each country including: size, growth, and structure of population; determinants of population growth (including data on fertility and infant mortality
Over the past 14 years, the SA Institute for Entrepreneurship's team has developed innovative entrepreneurship and business training materials which are now used in more than 75 countries and in 17 different languages
South African entrepreneur, Mark Shuttleworth, established the Shuttleworth Foundation in October 2000 with the belief that education is the key to unlocking the creative and intellectual potential of the South African youth, allowing them to live the dream that “anything is possible”.
The prestigious annual award is presented by Business Partners Ltd, South Africa’s leading investment group for small and medium enterprises, in recognition of outstanding achievement in entrepreneurial enterprise
Powered by SME Insight, SME Survey is a research and marketing initiative that explores, among other topics, the role played by Black Economic Empowerment, the importance of access to expertise, finances and resources, and the role played by information technology such as the Internet, networking and business software in the competitiveness of small, medium and micro enterprises