Doing Business, getting credit, credit registry coverage

percent of adults, 2005–2017

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    2005 Ranking
    1. Portugal 63.70
    2. Belgium 53.30
    3. Spain 39.40
    4. Malaysia 33.90
    5. Venezuela 29.60
    6. Chile 29.00
    7. Argentina 20.10
    8. El Salvador 19.80
    9. Dominican Republic 19.20
    10. Maldives 17.70
    11. Peru 14.30
    12. Iran 13.70
    13. Ecuador 12.40
    14. France 12.30
    15. Kuwait 10.90
    16. Bolivia 9.60
    17. Tunisia 9.30
    18. Paraguay 9.00
    19. Italy 7.90
    20. Brazil 7.80
    21. Uruguay 7.20
    22. Nicaragua 6.20
    23. Honduras 6.10
    24. Lithuania 4.40
    25. Turkey 3.20
    26. Lebanon 3.10
    27. Slovenia 2.50
    28. Mongolia 2.30
    29. Czech Republic 2.10
    30. United Arab Emirates 1.80
    31. Angola 1.80
    32. Costa Rica 1.60
    33. Bulgaria 1.30
    34. Belarus 1.10
    35. Austria 1.10
    36. Egypt 1.00
    37. Vietnam 0.80
    38. Bangladesh 0.70
    39. Latvia 0.60
    40. Germany 0.60
    41. Morocco 0.60
    42. Slovakia 0.60
    43. Macedonia (F.Y.R.O.M.) 0.60
    44. Jordan 0.50
    45. Mozambique 0.50
    46. Benin 0.40
    47. China 0.40
    48. Romania 0.40
    49. Indonesia 0.40
    50. Senegal 0.30
    51. Togo 0.30
    52. Haiti 0.30
    53. Madagascar 0.30
    54. Burundi 0.20
    55. Ivory Coast 0.20
    56. Burkina Faso 0.20
    57. Mauritania 0.20
    58. Pakistan 0.20
    59. Saudi Arabia 0.10
    60. Rwanda 0.10
    61. Serbia 0.10
    62. Niger 0.10
    63. Central African Republic 0.10
    64. Congo (Brazzaville) 0.10
    65. Cameroon 0.10
    66. Mali 0.10
    2017 Ranking
    1. Seychelles 100.00
    2. Portugal 100.00
    3. Uruguay 100.00
    4. Belgium 95.30
    5. China 91.10
    6. Latvia 84.90
    7. Mauritius 83.30
    8. Turkey 76.60
    9. Belarus 70.10
    10. Bulgaria 66.90
    11. Malaysia 62.40
    12. Brunei 61.80
    13. Malta 53.60
    14. Brazil 53.40
    15. Indonesia 51.80
    16. Iran 51.00
    17. Gabon 50.80
    18. Spain 49.60
    19. Chile 48.40
    20. France 46.70
    21. Mongolia 42.20
    22. Vietnam 41.80
    23. Argentina 41.60
    24. Macedonia (F.Y.R.O.M.) 40.00
    25. Albania 38.90
    26. Kosovo 38.10
    27. Lithuania 37.80
    28. Bosnia and Herzegovina 37.60
    29. Peru 37.40
    30. Azerbaijan 36.40
    31. Montenegro 30.80
    32. Qatar 30.50
    33. Costa Rica 30.50
    34. Italy 29.00
    35. El Salvador 28.70
    36. Tunisia 27.50
    37. Dominican Republic 25.20
    38. Paraguay 24.40
    39. Honduras 22.80
    40. Oman 22.70
    41. Maldives 22.60
    42. Lebanon 22.00
    43. Cape Verde 20.00
    44. Nicaragua 17.90
    45. Guatemala 17.70
    46. West Bank and Gaza 17.20
    47. Romania 16.80
    48. Bolivia 15.40
    49. Kuwait 14.50
    50. Congo (Brazzaville) 12.20
    51. Laos 10.90
    52. Pakistan 9.40
    53. Equatorial Guinea 9.00
    54. United Arab Emirates 8.90
    55. Cameroon 8.00
    56. Comoros 7.90
    57. Rwanda 7.40
    58. Syria 7.20
    59. Egypt 7.10
    60. Czech Republic 6.80
    61. Mauritania 6.60
    62. Timor Leste 5.60
    63. Mozambique 5.30
    64. Burundi 4.00
    65. Slovenia 3.10
    66. Central African Republic 3.10
    67. Slovakia 3.10
    68. Madagascar 3.00
    69. Algeria 3.00
    70. Jordan 2.50
    71. Chad 2.30
    72. Austria 2.30
    73. Angola 1.90
    74. Germany 1.90
    75. Liberia 1.70
    76. Sierra Leone 1.60
    77. Haiti 1.60
    78. Yemen 1.30
    79. Bangladesh 0.90
    80. Afghanistan 0.80
    81. Congo (Kinshasa) 0.70
    82. Senegal 0.60
    83. Benin 0.60
    84. Libya 0.50
    85. Togo 0.50
    86. Djibouti 0.40
    87. Niger 0.30
    88. Ivory Coast 0.30
    89. Burkina Faso 0.30
    90. Ethiopia 0.20
    91. Nigeria 0.10
    92. Mali 0.10
    93. Guinea Bissau 0.10

    A credit registry is defined as a database managed by the public sector, usually by the central bank or the superintendent of banks, that collects information on the creditworthiness of borrowers (individuals or firms) in the financial system and facilitates the exchange of credit information among banks and other regulated financial institutions (while their primary objective is to assist banking supervision).

    Source: World Bank