Doing Business measures aspects of business regulation affecting small domestic firms located in the largest business city of 190 economies. The strength of the business environment is scored on the basis of an economy’s performance in each of the 10 areas included in the ease of doing business ranking.
The ease of doing business score serves as the basis for ranking economies on their business environment; the ranking is obtained by sorting the economies by their scores. According to the results of the survey that was carried out in May 2019 World Bank Doing Business Report, Tanzania moved up by 3 positions from 144 in 2018 to 141
in 2019 among the 190 economies. Doing business is the result of smooth start of the same business. The two aspects of Doing Business and Starting Business are complementary to each other. This study focuses on a single aspect i.e.
Starting Business in Tanzania considering the three measures: procedures, time and cost, and paid-in minimum capital requirement. The paper responds to the policy formulations process requirements from The Liberty Sparks which is an educational and Research, Free Market based Think Tank, and with a mission to improve and promote individual understanding on economic, social, and political liberty.