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Bulgaria continues to improve its position and now occupies 57th place among 148 countries in the annual competitiveness report, "The Global Competitiveness Report 2013-2014" of the World Economic Forum, announced by the Center for Economic Development, partner of the World Economic Forum in Bulgaria.
The competitiveness index of the country increased from 4.27 last year to 4.31 this year (maximum value 7). After the great jump that Bulgaria did in last year's report - it has moved from 74th to 62nd position - the country once again shows very good results. This year Bulgaria moves ahead of several EU Member States - Cyprus, Slovenia, Hungary, Romania, Slovakia and Greece, which is 91st now.
The index is based on 12 factors affecting the competitiveness. These are: institutions, infrastructure, macroeconomic environment, health and primary education, higher education and training, market efficiency, efficiency of the labor market, financial markets, market size, technological readiness, level of business development, innovation. Invest in Bulgaria
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