Friday, October 24, 2008
“Once the global economy emerges from the current financial crisis, which it will, the countries that do well on our index are those that are best prepared to bounce back and perform well in the longer term,” Jennifer Blanke, director of the WEF’s global competitiveness network told The Financial Times."
"Coming in behind such well-developed nations as Canada, which tops the list, or even Hong Kong in the 11th spot, might not seem so bad. But even the small African nation of Namibia ranks in at 17, illustrating the United States has some definite room for improvement.
While there are plenty of surprises at the type of the bank safety list, there aren’t many such surprises at the bottom. Algeria comes in dead last with Libya just above it."
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Posted by Hafed Al-Ghwell at Friday, October 24, 2008