6/1/2017 The PanAm Post
Mexico’s position on the World Competitiveness Index has fallen once again, now holding position 43 out of 63, according to findings by The World Competitiveness Center.
The country appears to have faltered in multiple key areas affecting its competitiveness compared to other countries around the world. Economic performance fell from spot 23 to 30, while government efficiency fell from 46 to 51. Infrastructure lost two spots since 2016, now residing at 55.
Education and international trade took a hit, falling to positions 62 and 60, respectively. In terms of homicide, Mexico ranks 59, as it does for corruption, foreign direct investment, pollution, and cyber security.
Mexico placed below Turkey, Russia, India and Slovenia. The first places were occupied by Hong Kong, Switzerland and Singapore. Since 2013, Mexico has dropped 16 positions in total, its best ranking having been 32.