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  • No Byzantine complexity

    No Byzantine complexity

    September 26, 2013

    Setting up a company in Morocco is relatively simple and fast. Morocco also differs from its neighbors since it enables foreigners to operate without local partners. Frederic ElbarManaging DirectorMaghreb Consulting The creation of a company in Morocco is easier than in most of the North Africa and Middle East region. Two weeks suffice for the… Read more

    #Africa #Morocco
    #Guide Morocco 2012
  • Fewer rules for business creation

    Fewer rules for business creation

    September 14, 2013

    Already one of the most business–friendly countries in Latin America, Chile is moving forward on making business creation simpler and more affordable for foreign investors. The process for setting up a business in Chile is becoming one of the simplest in Latin America. This is particularly true since the passage of a law (number 20.494)… Read more

    #America #Chile
    #Guide Chile 2012
  • Complex but worth it

    Complex but worth it

    September 6, 2013

    Setting up a business in Nigeria can be complicated. But the prospect of good returns on investment can make it worthwhile. Compared to many countries setting up a new business in Nigeria is a challenge. Globally, Nigeria stands at 116 in the ranking of 183 economies on the ease of starting a business, according to… Read more

    #Africa #Nigeria
    #Guide Nigeria 2012