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Germany is in the Top 3 of the most competitive national economies

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Germany is a very attractive country thanks to its competitiveness

Investing in Germany still remains interesting!The yearly overview of global competitiveness of countries was recently published by the World Economic Forum. With over 80 out of 100 points, Germany belongs, just after USA and Singapore, to the three most competitive national economies. For the analysts of the World Economic Forum, the competitiveness Index is a significant indicator of the ability of a country to profit from the 4th industrial revolution.

This study shows that Germany is especially competitive, in terms of innovation capacity, economic dynamics and the general health level. In the ranking further down, Holland is in 6th place, UK in 8th place and France in 17th place.

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