Construction Permits: Colombia Best

Colombia, here represented by Medellin, has Latin America's lowest time and fewest procedures to get construction permits for a warehouse. (Photo: I.D. R.J.)

Haiti, which was hit by a massive earthquake in 2010, has a world record in time to get a construction permit. (Photo: Marco Dormino/UNDP)

The best and worst countries in Latin America for construction permits.


When it comes to construction permits, Colombia is the best country in Latin America, according to a Latinvex analysis of the latest Doing Business report from The World Bank.

The World Bank looked at the procedures, time and costs to build a warehouse—including obtaining necessary licenses and permits, completing required notifications and inspections and obtaining utility connections.

While Colombia led in Latin American time and procedures, its cost ranks among the...

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