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Former French colonies Compared by Government > Red tape > Time required to enforce a contract > Days

DEFINITION: Time required to enforce a contract (days). Time required to enforce a contract is the number of calendar days from the filing of the lawsuit in court until the final determination and, in appropriate cases, payment.

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Djibouti 1,225 2013
2 Gabon 1,070 2013
3 Mozambique 950 2013
4 Syria 872 2013
5 Madagascar 871 2013
6 Cameroon 800 2013
7 Benin 795 2013
8 Senegal 770 2013
9 Chad 743 2013
10 Lebanon 721 2013
11 Central African Republic 660 2013
12 Algeria 630 2013
13 Mali 620 2013
14 Togo 588 2013
15 Cote d'Ivoire 585 2013
16 Tunisia 565 2013
17 Republic of the Congo 560 2013
18 Niger 545 2013
19 Haiti 530 2013
20 Morocco 510 2013
21 Cambodia 483 2013
22 Burkina Faso 446 2013
23 Laos 443 2013
24 Vietnam 400 2013
25 Mauritania 370 2013
26 Guinea 276 2013

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Former French colonies Compared by Government > Red tape > Time required to enforce a contract > Days

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Interesting observations about Government > Red tape > Time required to enforce a contract > Days

  • Suriname ranked first for red tape > time required to enforce a contract > days globally in 2013.
  • 9 of the bottom 131 countries by red tape > time required to enforce a contract > days are Failed states’ .
  • 21 of the bottom 88 countries by red tape > time required to enforce a contract > days are Sub-Saharan African.
  • 2 of the bottom 12 countries by red tape > time required to enforce a contract > days are Hot countries.
  • 22 of the bottom 90 countries by red tape > time required to enforce a contract > days are Muslim.
  • 40 of the bottom 186 countries by red tape > time required to enforce a contract > days are Landlocked.
  • 8 of the bottom 26 countries by red tape > time required to enforce a contract > days are Sparsely populated.
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