Business AKIpress: Kyrgyzstan has high doing business score and poor competitiveness scores.In the World Bank-International Finance Corporation 2010 Doing Business rankings Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyzstan (kĭrgēstän`), officially Kyrgyz Republic, republic (2005 est. pop. 5,146,000), c.76,600 sq mi (198,400 sq km), central Asia. is ranked 41st among 183 countries. This is an outrush Out`rush´
v. i. 1. To rush out; to issue, or run out, forcibly. for Kyrgyzstan given that last year Kyrgyzstan was ranked 80th. Kyrgyzstan is also ranked among top ten doing business reformers.Kyrgyzstan has implemented eases and improvements in seven out of ten indices. Particularly, starting a business is simplified, getting construction permits is eased, employing workers is improved, positive changes in access to credits, taxation and cross-border trade are noted. At the same time, problems related to protection of investors, enforcing contracts and closing business procedures are still unresolved Not completed; not finished; not linked together. See resolve. .On another hand, the World Economic Forum has ranked Kyrgyzstan 123rd among 133 economies. In the the Global Competitiveness Index Kyrgyzstan is below all CIS countries There are two lists concerning CIS countries:
1. As stated or indicated by; on the authority of: according to historians.
2. In keeping with: according to instructions.
3. the Global Competitiveness Report The Global Competitiveness Report is a yearly report published by the World Economic Forum.  The first report was released in 1979. The 2006-2007 report covers 125 major and emerging economies. of the World Economic Forum, the most problematic factors for doing business in Kyrgyzstan include corruption (13.6% of responses), policy instability instability /in·sta·bil·i·ty/ (-stah-bil´i-te) lack of steadiness or stability.
detrusor instability (13.1%), access to financing (12.2%), tax regulations (11.2%), government instability (9.9%), inefficient government bureaucracy (7.9%).If we look at two rankings -- of the World Bank and World Economic Forum -- we will see that their indicators coincide in much, the results, however, are opposite. Where the Doing Business rankings show improvements, the Global Competitiveness rankings show quite opposite.The situation for potential foreign investors is dual. According to the Doing Business Report (World Bank), an investor should invest into Kyrgyzstan without any hesitation. According to the Global Competitiveness Report (World Economic Forum), an investor should refrain from making investments in such uncompetitive country. In this situation the choice for an investor will be clear -- an investor will not make investments into unclear situation, since both the World Bank and the World Economic Forum are trustworthy and respectable international institutions, but another questions is that, perhaps, these organizations have different interests. Of course, one may claim that methodologies were different or that they were used incorrectly. In any case, this question will require from Kyrgyzstan to thoroughly investigate and address this discrepancy DISCREPANCY. A difference between one thing and another, between one writing and another; a variance. (q.v.)
2. Discrepancies are material and immaterial. .
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