The red tape that ties down businesses is being modestly pruned around the world. But there is still an awful lot left to cut
Nov 4th 2010 | LAGOS AND MEXICO CITY
THE streets outside are searingly hot, noisy and pot-holed. But Tunde Oyekunle’s air-conditioned office is an oasis of calm. Mr Oyekunle runs a property consultancy in Lagos, Nigeria’s business capital. He is also setting up a company to make window-frames and other fittings. “You’re expected to keep jumping through the obstacle course—and to enjoy it,” he says of the constant frustrations of being an entrepreneur in such a chaotic country.