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  • Martin Votruba
    According to the annual Global Competitiveness Report released today by the World Economic Forum, Slovakia s competitiveness has improved since last year, but
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      According to the annual Global Competitiveness Report released today
      by the World Economic Forum, Slovakia's competitiveness has improved
      since last year, but it remains behind almost everyone in Central
      Europe although within quite a narrow range shared by three of the
      post-communist countries in the region.

      Finland got the highest score in the world, 5.92 (the lowest score is
      2.37). The US is second with 5.81.

      Central Europe:

      5.46 Switzerland
      5.10 Germany
      4.95 Austria
      4.42 Czech R.
      4.38 Hungary
      4.31 Slovakia
      4.00 Poland

      The ratings were based on economic data, the quality of public
      institutions which support economic development, technological
      readiness and innovation, on a poll of about 11,000 business leaders
      from around the world, etc.


      Martin

      votruba "at" pitt "dot" edu
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