The World Bank has released its 2015 edition of Doing Business in South Sudan. The profile looks at the following factors: business environment, construction permits, electricity, property, credit, minority investors, taxes, trade, contracts, insolvency, labor regulations, and ease of doing business ranking.
The World Bank evaluated 189 economies globally. South Sudan ranked 186, an improvement of one position over last year. By comparison, Ethiopia ranked 132 and Sudan 160 ahead of South Sudan while Libya ranked 188 and Eritrea 189 behind South Sudan.