Global Competitiveness Report 2010-11.

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Technological readiness. Tenth pillar: Market size. Eleventh pillar: Business sophistication. Twelfth pillar: Innovation.

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LEAD ACADEMIC AND CO-AUTHOR Nouriel Roubini Professor of Economics and International Business, New York University and Chairman, RGE Monitor

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WHAT IS COMPETITIVENESS ……....? It define competitiveness as the set of institutions , policies, and factors that determine the level of productivity of a country.

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The 12 Pillars of Competitiveness. First pillar: Institutions Second pillar: Infrastructure Third pillar: Macroeconomic environment Fourth pillar: Health and primary education

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Sixth pillar: Goods market efficiency. Seventh pillar: Labor market efficiency. Eighth pillar: Financial market development. Ninth pillar: Technological readiness. Tenth pillar: Market size. Eleventh pillar: Business sophistication. Twelfth pillar: Innovation.

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The Interrelation of the 12 Pillars.

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Weights of the three main sub indexes at each stage of development.

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Implementation of stages of development (#)The first is the level of GDP per capita at market exchange rates. (#)The second is the level business sophistication pillar.

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Income thresholds for establishing stages of development.

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List of Countries/Economies at each Stage of Development.

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The Robustness of the GCI with Respect to its Weighting Scheme. GCIij = wj1Basici + wj2Effciencyi + (1 − wj1 − wj2)Innovation.

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Robustness analysis: Median scores and their confidence intervals

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GCI Framework Balance of Pillars: Score Differences.

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The Global Competitiveness Index 2010–2011.

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Global Competitiveness Index 2010–2011 rankings and 2009–2010 comparisons.

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B:-BRAZIL. R:-RUSSIA. I:-INDIA. C:-CHINA.

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Survey structure and methodology The Survey is divided into 13 sections:- I. About Your Company. II. Overall Perceptions of Your Economy. III. Government and Public Institutions. IV. Infrastructure. V. Innovation and Technology. VI. Financial Environment.

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VII. Domestic Competition. VIII. Company Operations and Strategy. IX. Education and Human Capital. X. Corruption, Ethics, and Social Responsibility. XI. Travel & Tourism. XII. Environment. XIII. Health.

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Sect oral Value-Added as a share (%) of GDP:- AGRICULTURE(%) MANUFACTURING(%) NON- SERVICES. MANUFACTURING(%) (%) BRAZIL 7 16 12 65. RUSSIA 5 18 19 58. INDIA 17 16 13 54. CHINA 11 34 14 40.

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BRAZIL Key indicators, 2009:- Population (millions)...............................................193.7 GDP (US$ billions)................................................1,574.0 GDP per capita (US$) .............................................8,220 GDP (PPP) as share (%) of world total .................2.87

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China Key indicators, 2009:- Population (millions)............................................1,345.8 GDP(US$ billions)................................................4,909.0 GDP per capita (US$) .............................................3,678 GDP (PPP) as share (%) of world total ...............12.52

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Russian Federation Key indicators, 2009:- Population (millions)...............................................140.9 GDP (US$ billions)................................................1,229.2 GDP per capita (US$) .............................................8,694 GDP (PPP) as share (%) of world total .................3.05

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India Key indicators, 2009:- Population (millions)............................................1,198.0 GDP (US$ billions)................................................1,236.0 GDP per capita (US$) .............................................1,031 GDP (PPP) as share (%) of world total .................5.06

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Is the GCI meted out to us , is TRUE, or we are again get GULLIBLED by the NORMS of WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM…………………………..?

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Rate of growth at factor cost at 2004-2005 prices (per cent):-

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Per capita income and consumption at 2004-05 prices:-

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Ratio of savings and investment to GDP:- (Per cent at current market prices)

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Deployment of gross bank credit by major sectors:-

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Ranks of 109 nations, by PPP-corrected GDP Per Capita:-

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Receipts and expenditure of the Central Government:-

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Selected Economic Indicators : World

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Balance of payments : Summary (US$ million)

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Summary of changes in foreign exchange reserves (US$ billion):-

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Foreign Exchange Reserves of Some Major Countries:-

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International comparison of Foreign Exchange Reserves (US $ billion) and Ratio of Reserves to Imports of Goods & Services:-

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International Comparison of Top 20 Debtor Developing Countries 2007:-

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Trends in growth in trade volumes (per cent change):-

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Indicators of Infrastructure Capacity Creation:-

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Growth in core Industries and Infrastructure Services (In per cent):-

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Flow of External Commercial Borrowings to Infrastructure (US$ million):-

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FDI flows to infrastructure (US$ million):-

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Central Government Expenditure (Plan and non-Plan) on Social Services and Rural Development:- (as per cent of total expenditure)

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Trends in social services expenditure by Central Government(Central and State Governments combined):- (Rs. Crore)

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Selected Trade Indicators:-

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