іМоРе №83. The speed of reforms in the country is close to zero

In the current round, positive changes were recorded only in the legislation concerning the business environment – changes were made to the procedure for handling complaints under the state registration of enterprises.

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The index for monitoring of reforms (iMoRe) is +0.2 points for the period from April 8 – April 22, 2018. This is one of the lowest index values over the entire monitoring period. The worse situation was observed only twice – in January 2017 and in April 2017. In January 2017, no reform events were registered and the index was 0. In the current round, positive changes were recorded only in the legislation concerning the business environment – changes were made to the procedure for handling complaints under the state registration of enterprises.

In the previous round the index was +0.8 on a scale of -5.0 to +5.0. The average index value in the previous quarter was +0.9 points.

Chart 1. іMoRe dynamics*

Chart 2. іMoRe and its components in the current round

(Please see other charts on the website)

 

Note: Index for Monitoring Reforms (iMoRe) from VoxUkraine aims to provide a comprehensive assessment of reform efforts by Ukraine’s authorities. The Index is based on expert assessments of changes in the regulatory environment in five areas:

  1. Governance
  2. Public Finance
  3. Monetary system
  4. Business Environment
  5. Energy

For details please visit imorevox.org.

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