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http://www.weforum.org/pdf/GCR09/GCR20092010fullrankings.xls

Country/Economy Rank Score

Switzerland 1 5.60

United States 2 5.59

Singapore 3 5.55

Sweden 4 5.51

Denmark 5 5.46

Finland 6 5.43

Germany 7 5.37

Japan 8 5.37

Canada 9 5.33

Netherlands 10 5.32

Hong Kong SAR 11 5.22

Taiwan, (China) 12 5.20

United Kingdom 13 5.19 <<<<<<<<<

Norway 14 5.17

Australia 15 5.15

France 16 5.13

Austria 17 5.13

Belgium 18 5.09

Korea, Rep. 19 5.00

New Zealand 20 4.98

Luxembourg 21 4.96

Qatar 22 4.95

United Arab Emirates 23 4.92

Malaysia 24 4.87

Ireland 25 4.84

"The United Kingdom, while remaining very competitive, has continued its fall from last year, moving down one more place this year to 13th, mainly attributable to continuing weakening of its financial markets.

The rankings are calculated from both publicly available data and the Executive Opinion Survey, a comprehensive annual survey conducted by the World Economic Forum together with its network of Partner Institutes (leading research institutes and business organizations) in the countries covered by the Report"

http://www.weforum.org/en/initiatives/gcp/Global%20Competitiveness%20Report/index.htm

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