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Competitiveness

​According to the Harvard Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness, the competitiveness of any nation is measured through its ability to innovate and amplify services, whereas logically speaking and on a national level, it translates to productivity.​

The World Competitiveness Center defines competitiveness as a country’s capacity to enhance its business environment enabling companies to generate a sustainable value.​

The targeted aspects required for enhancing a country’s competitiveness are demand, effective government services, infrastructure and logistics services, quality of life, work and skills, and the availability of resources.