Israel ranks 19th in business competitivity

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May 30, 2013 01:05

 
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Israel maintained its 19th place ranking in the 2013 IMD World Competitiveness ranking, released on Thursday.

Israel scored its highest points in technical and scientific infrastructure, but was held back by low scores for productivity and efficiency, prices and basic infrastructure.

The country’s highest “key attractiveness indicators” included a skilled workforce, strong culture of research and development, high education level and a dynamic economy.

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