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OPINION | If govt wants to fast-track economic growth, it can start by cutting red tape

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Vuslat Bayoglu
Vuslat Bayoglu

We can achieve a lot in reviving our economy by, among other things, erasing bureaucratic red tape, fast-tracking licensing of businesses and easing the burdens of regulatory compliance, says Vuslat Bayoglu.

We live in a world of unprecedented economic uncertainty. Covid-19 is showing us how vulnerable economies can be to factors that may seem beyond our control.

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