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Korea's Competitiveness Ranking Surges to 17th


clock03-29-2010, 12:41 AM
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Competitiveness Ranking Surges to 17th







By Lee Hyo-sik

Staff Reporter









South Korea's global competitiveness ranking moved up by 12 notches to 17th place this year from a year ago, ahead of Hong Kong and France, as it substantially improved its macroeconomic environment and regained its previous levels of competitiveness.

In comparison, the country saw its ranking nosedive to 29th place last year after entering the top 20 list at 18th for the first time in 2003, according to the Global Competitiveness Report 2005-2006, which was released on Wednesday by the Geneva-based World Economic Forum (WEF).



The report was based on a survey of 11,000 business leaders and the WEF members in 117 economies worldwide.



It attributed a rise in Korea's ranking to clearer signs that the economy has entered a sustained recovery phase, emerging from the aftermath of the credit card crisis in 2003 and withstanding the won's strength against other major currencies this year.



Korea's macroeconomic indicator rose by 10 notches to 25th place this year from a year ago, while it ranked 42nd in the index for public system evaluation, down from 41st place over the same period.



The country saw its technological competitiveness-ranking climb to seventh place, up two spots from 2004.



``Korea's efforts to develop a world class technological and scientific capacity are paying off and more than compensate for weakness in the area of public institutions,'' WEF chief economist Lopez-Calros said.



He added that the quality of the institutional environment is the most serious impediment to improving the country's competitive position further.



Finland remained the most competitive economy in the world and tops the rankings for the third consecutive year, followed by the United States, Sweden, Denmark, Taiwan and Singapore.



Taiwan was the most competitive in Asia as it ranked fifth, down from fourth, and Singapore came in at 6th place. Japan's rank fell three notches to 12th place.



Hong Kong ranked lower at 28th place, having dropped seven notches from 2004, as deterioration in the quality of the institutional environment, aggravated by a weakening in judicial independence and the government's favoritism in policy-making.



China also saw its ranking slip by three spots to 49th, despite its strong economic growth.





http://times.hankooki.com/lpage/nati...2461811950.htm



Korea's rank by Components.



Growth Competitiveness Index 17

Technology Index 7

Public Institution 42

Macro economy Environment Index 25

Business Competitivensss Index 24







http://www.weforum.org/pdf/Global_Co...cutive_Summary
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