Greece falls four spots on WEF’s Global Competitiveness Index, coming in at 57th place
Greece’s occupies an unremarkable 57th place – out of 140 countries surveyed – on the World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness Index, scoring 62.1, and with its worst scores in the categories of innovation, its financial system, institutions, labor market and businesses’ dynamism.
Greece fell four spots from last year’s rankings.
Greece was followed by India, Kazakhstan and Turkey, while Cyprus was in 44th place.
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