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[IWS] Deloitte: 2013 GLOBAL MANUFACTURING COMPETITIVENESS INDEX: DRIVERS OF GLOBAL MANUFACTURING COMPETITIVENESS
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2013 GLOBAL MANUFACTURING COMPETITIVENESS INDEX: DRIVERS OF GLOBAL MANUFACTURING COMPETITIVENESS
[full-text, 80 pages]
Highlights from the report
· Consistent with the 2010 Index, China was again ranked the most competitive manufacturing nation in the world.
· The top 10 list today includes five developed economy nations and five emerging economy nations.
· Five years from now, emerging economy nations surge to occupy the top three spots, with China retaining the top spot, and India and Brazil moving up to claim the second and third rankings.
· Talent-driven innovation is deemed the most critical driver of a nation’s competitiveness. Catapulting into the second most important driver position is the economic, trade, financial, and tax system of a nation.
Top ten most competitive countries (2013 Index)
Take a glance at our country analyses, which reveal that executives believe China leads overall and emerging markets will become more competitive in the near future. You can also read the full country analyses in Appendix A: country analyses of the report.
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