The World Bank's excellent Doing Business site has just gotten better--it now features a link to a mash-up superimposing the familiar Doing Business indicators onto a map of the world, thanks to a new partnership with Google and Google maps. One of the best benefits of this new partnership is the seamless integration of maps and databases, allowing you to bring up Doing Business data when you click on any of the balloons on the map. The upgraded site also identifies the top 10 reformers for 2007, listing two African countries -- Ghana and Tanzania -- among them. Rob Katz, over at NextBillion is right: What we have here is another "great example of how free and/or open-source technologies can be used to make the case for pro-business policy reforms. And frankly, it just looks good and runs well. You should check it out, bookmark it, and share it with your friends."