1. USA (100,000) | 2. Hong Kong (96,037) | 3. Singapore (94,950) | 4. Switzerland (91,916) | 5. Canada (90,410) | Source: International Institute for Management Development
A study by the World Economic Forum has ranked the US economy number one for competitiveness. But while the country scores highly on business dynamism, it performs poorly on other measures like healthcare and security.
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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