Belarus is ranked 38th out of 190 economies covered in the World Bank's Doing Business 2018 report, going one point down from the previous report.
Registering Property – 5th (unchanged)
Dealing with Construction Permits – 22nd (+ 6 points)
Enforcing contracts – 24th (+3)
Getting Electricity – 25th (-1)
Starting a Business – 30th (+1)
Trading Across Borders – 30th (unchanged)
Protecting Minority Investors – 40th (+2)
Resolving Insolvency – 68th (+1)
Getting Credit – 90th (+ 11)
Paying Taxes – 96th (+3)
As for the former Soviet Union countries, Georgia is ranked 9th, Estonia 12th, Lithuania 16th, Latvia 19th, and Poland 27th, Russia 35th, Kazakhstan 36th, Uzbekistan 74th, Ukraine 76th, Kyrgyzstan 77th, and Tajikistan 123rd.
New Zealand tops the World Bank's Doing Business 2018 and is followed by Singapore, Denmark, South Korea, Hong Kong (China), the United States, the UK, Norway, Georgia and Sweden.
Source: The World Bank Group