Growth Competitiveness Rankings

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Unformatted text preview: Size of Nations’ Economies: Size of Nations’ Economies: Real Purchasing Power (2006) Nation U.S. China Japan India Germany Russia Brazil S. Korea Rank Gross Domestic Product 1 $13.1 trillion 2 $10.2 trillion 3 $4.2 trillion 4 $4.2 trillion 5 $2.6 trillion 9 $1.7 trillion 10 $1.7 trillion 11 $1.2 trillion Economic Output per Person: Economic Output per Person: Purchasing Power Parity (2006) Nation GDP $ Per Capita Norway, U.S., Ireland ~ $45,000 H.K., Canada, Swiss ~ $35,000 Japan, Germany, U.K. ~ $32,000 France, Italy, Singapore ~ $31,000 Malaysia, Russia ~ $12,500 Romania, Brazil ~ $ 9,000 China, Ukraine ~ $ 8,000 India, Indonesia ~ $ 4,000 Yemen, Ethiopia, Congo ~ $ 750 Growth Competitiveness Index Rankings Growth Competitiveness Index Rankings World Economic Forum 2006 ­ 07 Country Ranking Competition Score Switzerland 1 5.81 Finland, Sweden & Denmark 2, 3 and 4 5.70 Singapore 5 5.63 United States 6 5.61 Japan 7 5.60 Germany 8 5.58 U.K. 10 5.54 Korea 24 5.13 India 43 4.44 China 54 4.24 Russia 62 4.08 Angola 125 2.50 Growth Competitiveness Factors Growth Competitiveness Factors 1. Public Institutions: Property Rights, Ethics, Judicial and Government Integrity, Security, Needless Regulation, Government Waste 2. Infrastructure 3. Macroeconomy Inflation, Debt, Savings (see www.weforum.org for details) (see www.weforum.org Growth Competitiveness Factors Growth Competitiveness Factors 4. Health and Primary Education 5. Higher Education and Training 6. Market Efficiency Distortions (subsidies), Tax, Corruption 7. Technological Readiness 8. Business Sophistication 9. Innovation IP Protection; R&D Corruption Perception Index 2006: Corruption Perception Index 2006: Transparency International Nation Ranking Score Finland, Iceland, N.Z. 1 9.6 Denmark, Singapore 4 U.K., Luxembourg, Austria 11 Germany 16 Japan 17 Belgium, Chile, U.S. 20 Italy, Czech, Slovakia 46 Poland, Jamaica, Turkey 61 China, Brazil, Mexico, India Ukraine, Georgia, Mali 99 Russia, Rwanda, Nepal 121 Iraq, Burma, Haiti 161 9.5 8.6 8.0 7.6 7.3 4.8 3.7 2.8 2.5 1.9 70 3.3 World Bank Rankings (2007): World Bank Rankings (2007): www.doingbusiness.org Economy Ease of Doing Starting a Dealing with Business Business Licenses Singapore United States Hong Kong Japan Korea China Russia India 1 3 5 11 23 93 96 134 11 3 5 18 116 128 33 88 8 22 64 2 28 153 163 155 World Bank Rankings (2006): World Bank Rankings (2006): www.doingbusiness.org Economy Hiring and Registering Getting Firing Property Credit Singapore United States Hong Kong Japan Korea China Russia India 3 1 16 36 110 78 87 112 12 10 60 39 67 21 44 110 7 7 2 13 21 101 159 65 World Bank Rankings (2006): World Bank Rankings (2006): www.doingbusiness.org Economy Protecting Paying Trading Across Investors Taxes Borders Singapore United States Hong Kong Japan Korea China Russia India 2 5 3 12 60 83 60 33 8 62 5 98 48 168 98 158 4 11 1 19 28 38 143 139 World Bank Rankings (2006): World Bank Rankings (2006): www.doingbusiness.org Economy Enforcing Closing a Ease of Doing Contracts Business Business Singapore United States Hong Kong Japan Korea China Russia India 23 6 10 5 28 63 25 173 2 16 14 1 17 75 81 133 1 3 5 11 23 93 96 134 Best Outsourcing Location Best Outsourcing Location A.T. Kearney (Global Management Consulting Co.) 2007 Rankings Rank Country Total Score 1 India 6.9 2 China 6.6 3 Malaysia 6.1 4 Thailand 6.0 5­6 Brazil ­Indonesia 5.9 7­8­9 Chile, Philippines, Bulgaria 5.8 10­11 Mexico ­ Singapore 5.7 12 Slovakia 5.6 13 Egypt 5.5 Factors: Financial attractiveness; workforce skills and availability; and business environment ...
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