When the global economy seems to be finally leaving behind the worst and longest-lasting financial and economic crisis of the last 80 years and heading towards recovery, World Economic Forum has come up with the global competitive report for 2014. This report assesses the competitiveness landscape of countries and provides insight into the drivers of their productivity and prosperity.
Here are the top 10 countries on the list.
The top of the rankings continues to be dominated by highly advanced western economies and several Asian tigers. The ranking measures competitiveness on factors such as infrastructure, innovation, healthcare, education, labour market etc.
It is no surprise that many of these names also figure in the list of countries most attractive for those looking to work abroad. Here is an illustration of the best and worst countries to be an expat:
If you’re thinking about flying off for the life of an expat, you also need to consider how living or working abroad could affect your plans for the future. If you have chosen to spend some years in Hong Kong as an expat, we at Gladstone Morgan can offer you bespoke financial advice. The service we offer has a truly international perspective.
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