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Emerging markets Compared by Economy > Growth competitiveness score

DEFINITION: The GCI, or the Growth competitiveness index, is composed of three pillars, all of which are widely accepted as being critical to economic growth: the quality of the macroeconomic environment, the state of a country's public institutions, and, given the increasing importance of technology in the development process, a country's technological readiness. The GCI aims specifically to gauge the ability of the world's economies to achieve sustained economic growth over the medium to long term.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH
1 Estonia 5.08 2005
2 Chile 5.01 2005
3 Malaysia 4.88 2005
4 Thailand 4.58 2005
5 Lithuania 4.57 2005
6 Hungary 4.56 2005
7 South Africa 4.53 2005
8 Latvia 4.43 2005
9 China 4.29 2005
10 Mexico 4.17 2005
11 India 4.07 2005
12 Brazil 4.05 2005
=13 Bulgaria 3.98 2005
=13 Poland 3.98 2005
15 Romania 3.86 2005
16 Colombia 3.84 2005
17 Turkey 3.82 2005
18 Peru 3.78 2005
19 Indonesia 3.72 2005
20 Russia 3.68 2005
21 Argentina 3.54 2005
22 Philippines 3.51 2005
23 Venezuela 3.3 2005
24 Ukraine 3.27 2005
25 Pakistan 3.17 2005

Citation

"Countries Compared by Economy > Growth competitiveness score. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", World economic forum - Global Competitiveness Report 2004-2005. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/group-stats/Emerging-markets/Economy/Growth-competitiveness-score

Emerging markets Compared by Economy > Growth competitiveness score

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