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Successive governments have passed modest reforms to make doing business cleanly a little easier.

Successive governments have passed modest reforms to make it a little easier to do business cleanly.

Is there any difference between to make it eaiser to do and to make doing business ? Would it mean the same or different when I say these sentences?

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I would say they mean exactly the same. I find the second much clearer, because it is easier to parse.

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