The World Economic Forum has published the “The Global Enabling Trade Report 2012,” which analyzes the extent to which countries have institutions, policies and services in place that favor the free circulation of goods and services with other countries. The study was conducted with the support and collaboration of institutions from around the globe, including IESE.
According to the study, Singapore, Hong Kong and Denmark (in descending order) are the countries that support and favor international trade the most. Spain is placed 31st on the ranking, representing a slight improvement on the previous edition. Chile (in 14th) is the highest ranked Latin American country, followed by Costa Rica (43rd) and Peru (53rd).
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