Global Competitiveness Index

The WEF’s Global Competitiveness Index (GCI) gauges an economy’s level of productivity and its ability to foster prosperity. The GCI divides competitiveness into 12 pillars, which are scored from 1 (worst) to 7 (best). Each pillar is represented as a petal in the below visualization. The longer the petal, the higher the ranking. Click on a petal to see a detailed breakdown of that pillar over time. Select up to 4 countries to compare with China.

Click on a petal to see how the selected economies' scores for that pillar have changed over time.
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Source: World Economic Forum