Centerfor EntrepreneurshipandEconomic Development (CEED)presented the sixthedition of publication "InternationalProperty RightsIndex2012" (IPRI). It is the most extensive comparative research in the field of property rights in the world in whoserealization69organizationsparticipated, led bythe Alliancefor thestrengtheningof propertyrights - Washington, USA.
The index ranks130 countriesthat include 97% of world GDP. Montenegro is first time this yearincluded in the ranking andtakes 71st position. Regarding countries in the region, Montenegro is better ranked than Macedonia (87), Albania (100), Serbia (109) and Bosnia and Herzegovina (113), while Slovenia (52) and Croatia (64) take better positions.
The ideathat lies behindIPRI is to encouragecountries tomake progressin the field of property rights, in orderto promote economicdevelopment.