The Global Competitiveness Report 2010-2011

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The World Economic Forum, ahead of its “Summer Davos” in Asia, has just released “The Global Competitiveness Report 2010-2011”. Switzerland tops the overall ranking while the United States slips two places to fourth, overtaken by Sweden (2nd) and Singapore (3rd).

The People’s Republic of China continues to move up the rankings, and there are strong showings by several other Asian countries including Taiwan (13th), the Korean Republic (22nd) and Thailand (38th). Germany moves up two places to fifth place, leading the Eurozone countries, while Spain falls 9 places to 42nd.

Download the full report on the web.