1. Bankruptcy Information: 26 USD│ 2. Felony: 15 USD│ 3. Employment History: 13 USD│ 3. Sex Offender: 13 USD│ 5. Education Background 12 USD│ Source: OECD
The annual ranking put out by the British magazine Monocle also placed Dusseldorf in the top 20. Tokyo came in second. No US city made the top 25, with picturesque Vancouver the only North American city in the mix.
How a private consultancy firm got hold of and what it did with the personal data on US citizens may soon be made public after the UK data privacy watchdog stepped in. Millions could soon demand their own personal data.
With dynamic growth and access to capital seen as primary factors for jumping three places, the US has regained its status as being on the cutting edge of competitiveness in a ranking by the IMD think tank.
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