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i think last year PM Matata reported about 3 days to open a business instead of taking months.

My question is; is this thing even ral are Congolese capable of opening a business within just 3 days?

My conclusion is; even though iit will be a major step in economic reform.I still be be satisfied with the 3 days. I preffer to see people open businesses within just 1 day.

Moreover; Opening a business in just 1 day isn't enough; those people should be able to get access to credit/credit and of course improved infrastructures.
 

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i think last year PM Matata reported about 3 days to open a business instead of taking months.

My question is; is this thing even ral are Congolese capable of opening a business within just 3 days?

My conclusion is; even though iit will be a major step in economic reform.I still be be satisfied with the 3 days. I preffer to see people open businesses within just 1 day.

Moreover; Opening a business in just 1 day isn't enough; those people should be able to get access to credit/credit and of course improved infrastructures.
Even in the US, you cannot open a new business in one day. What world do you live in? wake up!!!!!!!!!
 

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Mutu ya Chuma.
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Even in the US, you cannot open a new business in one day. What world do you live in? wake up!!!!!!!!!
From Mars.

In US it's more days due to large volume of business starters and fiscal budgetary limits depending on State, City.


I said 1 day because in Congo i know it will take more days than that, even 3 days is still a very small time for Congolese...It will take something like 15 days.

In a country with a small volume of business starters has no excuse of having so many days to register a business.
 

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Moreover, every province must have it own Guichet Unique. The country must not be like a communist country where everything is centerlized
 

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Each province needs to take on this seriously....its the only way it can be very effected.
 

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La particularité du guichet unique est qu'elle réunit sous son toit tous les services. En Belgique par exemple, dans "guichet d'entreprise" le service notarial n'est pas présent, de même pour ouvrir une société, un compte bancaire est nécessaire et cette opération de versement de capital de la société est fait après le passage au guichet d'entreprise. Par la suite , une preuve de ce versement doit être amené au notaire (il faut prendre rendez-vous!! Donc le délai dépendra de la disponibilité du notaire ), c'est ce dernier qui va publier les statuts de la société au moniteur Belge. Donc techniquement on ne peut en Belgique créer une société en 1 jour! Le plus important dans le cas de la RDC, c'est d'admettre que les conditions se sont nettement améliorées par rapport aux coûts et au délai comparé à ce qui se faisait il y'a à peine 1 an. Allons nous dans le bon sens? Oui!!! Peut on améliorer? Certainement. Mais il faut pas se focaliser sur un délai alors que beaucoup d'opérateurs demandent l'amélioration de l'accompagnement du gouvernement, des aides, des octrois de crédit etc...
 

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i think last year PM Matata reported about 3 days to open a business instead of taking months.

My question is; is this thing even ral are Congolese capable of opening a business within just 3 days?

My conclusion is; even though iit will be a major step in economic reform.I still be be satisfied with the 3 days. I preffer to see people open businesses within just 1 day.

Moreover; Opening a business in just 1 day isn't enough; those people should be able to get access to credit/credit and of course improved infrastructures.
One day? what is the hurry for? I opened my business in SA in matter of two weeks. There is no need to hurry the procedures, the most important part is to make sure everything is in order.
 

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One day? what is the hurry for? I opened my business in SA in matter of two weeks. There is no need to hurry the procedures, the most important part is to make sure everything is in order.
If a person has all requirements ready....why wait for days or weeks?


My point is to have an efficient service.... I know it's all people that can meet all requirements within a day. but those who do should not have to wait. What will be the point of waiting days or weeks?


Public services need to be efficient.
 
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