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India Ranks 100th On Global Hunger Index

India has improved its position in normal trade and ranked 100th in the World bank rankings. It is estimated that 30 ranks have improved compared to the past. Reforms in tax laws, licensing policy, security for investors, and bankruptcy law have contributed to the improvement of rank. The report is being raised in the wake of allegations of a drop in gross domestic product, GST, which has been downgraded due to GST.

India ranks 100th in its annual report on ‘Doing Business 2018: Reforming to Create Jobs’ for 190 countries. India is at the top of the 100 ranks. India was 130 in the previous year and we are one of the country’s best performers in this year.

New Zealand has topped the list with the ease of establishing the business followed by Singapore, Denmark, South Korea and Hong Kong. America and Britain are in sixth position. Russia is at 35th place in the BRICS countries and neighboring China is ranked 78th.

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