Albania ranks low in World Bank ‘Getting Electricity’ list

 

News Albania ranks low in World Bank Getting Electricity list

Balkans.com Correspondent in Tirana – 26.10.2009

Albania ranks 110th of 140 countries for access to electricity, the World Bank reported in its 2009 list (www.doingbusiness.org).

A business needs 162 days to receive a power connection in Albania after application involving five procedures.

Albania comes second to last in the region after Montenegro (48), Croatia (49), Greece (66), Serbia (68), FYR Macedonia (72), Bulgaria (78), and Bosnia-Herzegovina (96). Romania was last in 121st place.

Data for the survey was collected from June 2008 to June 2009.  

Source: Balkans.com Business News

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