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Top ten most dynamic economies

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The World’s Top Ten Most Dynamic Economies

According to Grant Thornton’s 2013 Global Dynamism Index (GDI) of 50 countries, Australia ranks number one followed by Chile and China while the US stays out of the top ten.

This model analyzes several indicators on:

  • Business operating environment
  • Science & technology
  • Labor and human capital
  • Financing environment
  • Economics & growth

Summary of final report

Global Dynamism Index (GDI) data visualisation tool

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