In an attempt to encourage competition among states to formulate easier business rules, the department of industrial policy and promotion (DIPP) is gearing up to release the ease of doing business ranking of states on 31 August.
DIPP on 8 June released a framework to assess and rank states in terms of ease of doing business.
Its key objectives include assessing the implementation of various factors enabling the ease of doing business in a state and carrying out a comparative study of various states on the status of implementation.
“We have sent queries to state governments seeking clarification where their response and our field surveys do not match. We hope to release the report on 31 August,” a DIPP official said, speaking on condition of anonymity.