Louisiana companies have been added to a global database of corporate registries, with the state’s Secretary of State, Brian Brown, saying the database has been expanded to include “the entire United States”.
“This new database is an extension of Louisiana’s existing business registries.
The state is pleased to see that the United States government has recognized that Louisiana has an important role in maintaining an open, competitive and dynamic global economy.”
This expansion of the Louisiana Corporation Registration System is the result of a collaborative effort between the Department of State and the State Corporation Commission, the state corporate governance regulator,” Mr Brown said.”
The State Corporation Commissioner’s Office will continue to work with Louisiana’s business and government leaders to provide the best information available on the state of the state business climate, and the regulatory landscape.
“Mr Brown said the state had also been given the opportunity to include some of the world’s most well-known corporations.”
Louisiana’s state corporation commissioner, Brian C. Brown, will soon release the first comprehensive corporate database of the United Nations World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness Report.
In the US, we have one of the most comprehensive databases of companies in the world, with more than 1,300,000 registries.””
The Index measures the competitiveness of the countries and regions in which companies operate, which includes investment, wages, tax revenues, employment, trade and investment.”
In the US, we have one of the most comprehensive databases of companies in the world, with more than 1,300,000 registries.
“The State Department has been working on the project, but the initial data collection has been delayed as a result of Hurricane Harvey.