Competitiveness Index | Europe

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Albania 4.18 Dec/18
Austria 5.25 Dec/18
Belgium 5.23 Dec/18
Bosnia and Herzegovina 3.87 Dec/18
Bulgaria 4.46 Dec/18
Croatia 4.19 Dec/18
Cyprus 4.30 Dec/18
Czech Republic 4.77 Dec/18
Denmark 5.39 Dec/18
Estonia 4.85 Dec/18
Finland 5.49 Dec/18
France 5.18 Dec/18
Germany 5.65 Dec/18
Greece 4.02 Dec/18
Hungary 4.33 Dec/18
Iceland 4.99 Dec/18
Ireland 5.16 Dec/18
Italy 4.54 Dec/18
Latvia 4.40 Dec/18
Lithuania 4.58 Dec/18
Luxembourg 5.23 Dec/18
Macedonia 4.23 Dec/17
Malta 4.65 Dec/18
Moldova 3.99 Dec/18
Montenegro 4.15 Dec/18
Netherlands 5.66 Dec/18
Norway 5.40 Dec/18
Poland 4.59 Dec/18
Portugal 4.57 Dec/18
Romania 4.28 Dec/18
Russia 4.64 Dec/18
Serbia 4.14 Dec/18
Slovakia 4.33 Dec/18
Slovenia 4.48 Dec/18
Spain 4.70 Dec/18
Sweden 5.52 Dec/18
Switzerland 5.86 Dec/18
Turkey 4.42 Dec/18
Ukraine 4.11 Dec/18
United Kingdom 5.51 Dec/18


The most recent 2017-2018 edition of Global Competitiveness Report assesses 137 economies. The report is made up of over 110 variables, of which two thirds come from the Executive Opinion Survey representing the sample of business leaders, and one third comes from publicly available sources such as the United Nations. The variables are organized into twelve pillars with the most important including: institutions, infrastructure, macroeconomic framework, health and primary education and higher education and training. The GCI score varies between 1 and 7 scale, higher average score means higher degree of competitiveness.