These Countries Have the Best Infrastructure

Who built it best?

Paul Muggeridge | Formative Content

Well-developed infrastructure is critical to the strength of a country’s economy. Effective transport, power and communications networks create the conditions under which businesses grow and the wider economy functions effectively.

The World Economic Forum’s annual Global Competitiveness Report evaluates the infrastructure of 144 of the world’s economies on various measures – including the quality of road and rail networks and the quality of the electricity supply – to produce an overall global ranking.

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This article first appeared on the World Economic Forum Agenda and was republished with permission. goldbrown2

Paul Muggeridge is Head of Content at Formative Content.

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