Baltic states do slightly worse in Global Com­pet­i­tive­ness Re­port

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In the Global Com­pet­i­tive­ness Re­port 2018 re­leased by the World Eco­nomic Fo­rum, Lithua­nia and Es­to­nia have dropped by two po­si­tions, while all Baltic states re­main among the top 45 most com­pet­i­tive economies in the world.

Ac­cord­ing to the re­port pub­lished by the World Eco­nomic Fo­rum on Tues­day, Oc­to­ber 16, Es­to­nia has been ranked the high­est in 32nd po­si­tion (down from 30th).

Lithua­nia has been eval­u­ated as the 40th most com­pet­i­tive (down from 38th); how­ever, Latvia has im­proved its score by 1.4 points but stayed in its un­changed po­si­tion of 42.

The most com­pet­i­tive na­tions in the world ac­cord­ing to the World Eco­nomic fo­rum are: United States, Sin­ga­pore, Ger­many, Switzer­land, Ja­pan, Nether­lands, Hong Kong (China), United King­dom, Swe­den and Den­mark.

REUTERS/SCAN­PIX

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