Ease Of Doing Business Ranking- Andhra Pradesh top with Uttar Pradesh second

Ease Of Doing Business Ranking- Andhra Pradesh top with Uttar Pradesh second

Ease Of Doing Business Ranking- Andhra Pradesh top with Uttar Pradesh second. A ranking of states and union territories in the Ease of Doing Business issue has been released to attract domestic and global investors, improve the business environment and create competition among states.

EASE OF DOING BUSINESS RANKING

  1. Andhra Pradesh
  2. Uttar Pradesh
  3. Telangana

Andhra Pradesh has topped this ranking. At the same time, Uttar Pradesh has finished second and Telangana has finished third. The ranking has been released by Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman. Earlier in the year 2018, such ranking was released.

Ease Of Doing Business Ranking- Andhra Pradesh top with Uttar Pradesh second

Andhra Pradesh has retained itself at the top of this ranking. At the same time, Uttar Pradesh has replaced Telangana in the second place. At the same time, Telangana has moved one place to the third place.Ease Of Doing Business Ranking- Andhra Pradesh top with Uttar Pradesh second

In this ranking, Madhya Pradesh is at fourth place this time, Jharkhand at fifth, Chhattisgarh at sixth, Himachal Pradesh at seventh and Rajasthan at eighth place. Uttar Pradesh has done extremely well in the rankings. It was ranked 12th in the 2017-18 rankings, which has now come in second place. At the same time, Himachal Pradesh was also ranked 16th in the 2017-18 rankings.

Lakshadweep has been the biggest improvement in its ranking since 2015. Its rank was 33 in 2015, which has increased to 15 in 2019. After this, the rank of Daman and Diu and Uttarakhand has improved the most. Daman and Diu has been ranked 15 places and Uttarakhand has been ranked 12 places.

ranking based on many parameters :

This ranking is based on the performance of states and union territories in hundred indices. This is the fourth edition of Ease of Doing Business. According to the government it is deepening and broadening the obligations of reforms.

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said that some states have shown extraordinary energy to put together action plans and ensure improvement. States have adopted the true spirit behind the State Trade Reform Action Plan.