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Most Competitive Countries 2018

Publisher: 
World Economic Forum

The World Economic Forum published the Global Competitiveness Report 2018. The report ranked 140 countries by surveying international executives, assessing public policies and weighing business factors that impact business growth. The following are the top ten countries for business in 2018:

Grant Thornton International Top Ten Countries for Business 2012

Grant Thornton International assessed 50 country economies for business based on business operating environment, economic growth, labor and human capital, and financial conditions, among other factors. The top ten countries for business in 2012 according to the Grant Thornton International Global Dynamism Index (GDI) are as follows:

Forbes Top Ten Best Countries for Business - 2011

Publisher: 
Forbes.com

Forbes.com ranked countries for business based on innovation, monetary policy, property rights, ease of doing business, and other factors. The top ten best countries for business in 2011 ranked by Forbes.com are as follows:

Most Competitive Countries 2011 - 2012 : Top 10 Competitive Countries

Publisher: 
World Economic Forum

The World Economic Forum ranks the most competitive countries based on the weighted average of several factors each of which is a measured unit of competitiveness. Which countries are the best for business? Here are the top ten most competitive countries for 2011:

Most Competitive Countries 2010 - 2011| Top 10 Countries for Business

Publisher: 
World Economic Forum

The World Economic Forum published the Global Competitiveness Report 2010 - 2011.  The report ranks more than 100 countries by surveying international executives, assessing public policies and weighing business factors that impact business growth.  The following are the top ten countries for business in 2010:

Most Competitive Countries 2009 - 2010

Publisher: 
World Economic Forum

The World Economic Forum produced the Global Competitiveness Report 2009 - 2010.  The report ranks 133 countries by weighing governmental policies and business factors that impact productivity and prosperity.  The following are the top ten countries for business:

  1. Switzerland
  2. United States
  3. Singapore
  4. Sweden
  5. Denmark
  6. Finland
  7. Germany
  8. Japan
  9. Canada
  10. Netherlands

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