UK improves score in index of global sustainable competitiveness

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Stockholm in Sweden ranked top for sustainable competitiveness
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Stockholm in Sweden ranked top for sustainable competitiveness

A ranking of countries' competitiveness - both now and their future potential - has highlighted significant differences compared with typical measures of economic success

The UK has been ranked at 17 in a new index of 'global sustainable competitiveness', outperforming the US, South Korea, and China. The score marks an improvement on recent years, which saw the UK placed...

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