The World Bank is likely to wrap up its ranking of Indian states by the end of August on reforms undertaken by them on the ease of doing business. “States have submitted about 7,000 items of information regarding the reforms they have undertaken on the ease of doing business.
The World Bank team has already reviewed and approved some 3,000 items. We expect the whole process to be over by the end of this month. Till then, the rankings displayed on the portal are only temporary,” Ramesh Abhishek, department of industrial policy and promotion (DIPP) secretary, told FE.