Global Competitiveness Index Reflects Improved World Economy

For the fifth year in a row, Switzerland ranks as the most competitive country in the world. It is followed by Singapore, Finland, Germany and the United States, which this year reverses a four-year downward trend.   The World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness Index finds three sub-Saharan African countries – Burundi, Guinea, and Chad – holding up the bottom of 148 countries surveyed. 

The study provides grounds for optimism that the global economy may finally be …

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