Global Competitiveness Index

Topic: Economics
Source: World Economic Forum

The World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness Index gauges the productivity of an economy by examining the institutions, policies, and other factors that drive output.

 

Gross savings as a percent of GDP in China is the second largest in the world at 46 percent, behind only Brunei at 57 percent. View

According to the Global Competitiveness Index, China 38th globally in terms of labor market efficiency. View

In terms of IP protection,  the WEF ranks China 49th globally out of 137 economies, well behind advanced economies like the US (14th) and Germany (20th). View