Philippines is Most Improved Country in WEF Global Competitiveness Report since 2010; Up 7 this year to No. 52

"We are pleased to inform you that the Philippines has advanced 7 more notches to No. 52 in the  World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness Report 2014-2015, from No. 59 last year. The country has now gained a total of 33 places from 85th in 2010, making it the most improved country overall since 2010. This latest report brings us closer to our goal of moving from the bottom-third of world rankings in 2010 to the top-third by 2016.

The Global Competitiveness Report is an annual publication that provides a comprehensive picture of the productivity and competitiveness of a country by gathering statistical and survey data on over 100 factors grouped into 12 pillars or categories. It is one of the most widely-read competitiveness reports and is highly correlated to investment attractiveness..."

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