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Slovenia improves in IMD Competitiveness Ranking 2022

By: J.S., STA

Slovenia has gained two spots in the annual IMD Competitiveness Ranking, placing 38th among a total of 63 countries included.

Considering the circumstances, the result is satisfactory, economists taking part in the project have said. They warned, however, that Slovenia failed to reduce its gap toward countries with which it likes to compare itself. The IMD Competitiveness Raking is determined using 163 statistical indicators and 92 indicators based on a survey among managers.

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