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Israel ranks 21 in IMD's 2015 World Competitiveness Ranking

The rank measures how well countries manage all their resources and competencies to facilitate long-term value creation
31.05.15 / 09:58
Israel ranks 21 in IMD's 2015 World Competitiveness Ranking
31.05.15
Israel ranks 21 in IMD's 2015 World Competitiveness Ranking

IMD World Competitiveness Center published its annual IMD World Competitiveness yearbook which measures how well countries manage all their resources and competencies to facilitate long-term value creation.

 

The overall ranking released last week reflects more than 300 criteria, approximately two-thirds of which are based on statistical indicators and one-third on an exclusive IMD survey of 6,234 international executives.

 

The USA remains at the top of the ranking as a result of its strong business efficiency and financial sector, its innovation drive and the effectiveness of its infrastructure. Hong Kong (2) and Singapore (3) move up overtaking Switzerland, which drops to fourth place. Canada (5), Norway (7), Denmark (8), Sweden (9) and Germany (10) remain in the top 10. Luxembourg moves to the top (6) from 11th place in 2014. Israel which last year ranked 24th has moved up to 21st place. Results for Asia are mixed. Malaysia (12 to 14), Japan (21 to 27), Thailand (29 to 30) and Indonesia (37 to 42) move down. Taiwan (13 to 11), Republic of Korea (26 to 25) and the Philippines (42 to 41) slightly rise in the ranking.

 

Most Asian economies in decline have seen a drop in their domestic economies and are impacted by weakening/aging infrastructure. Eastern Europe experiences a mixture of results as well.

 

Poland (36 to 33), the Czech Republic (33 to 29) and Slovenia (55 to 49) move up in the ranking. In the Baltic States, Estonia (30 to 31) and Latvia (35 to 43) rank lower than last year; although, Lithuania gains in the ranking (34 to 28). Elsewhere in the region, current events in Russia (38 to 45) and Ukraine (49 to 60) highlight the negative impact that armed conflict and the accompanying higher market volatility have on competitiveness in an increasingly interconnected international economy.
 

 

A pattern of decline is observed in Latin America. Chile moves from 31 to 35, Peru from 50 to 54, Argentina from 58 to 59 and Venezuela remains at the bottom of the table. Colombia stays at 51.

 

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