Canada's Economic Competitiveness Drops to Lowest Rank Ever on World Survey

Huffington Post has reported that Canada has fallen to its lowest ranking ever on the IMD World Competitiveness Rankings.

Highlights:

"The 2019 edition of the IMD World Competitiveness Ranking places Canada 13th out of 63 countries, the worst performance in the annual survey’s history, which goes back to 1997."

"We’ve seen less money coming into Canada, it’s not attracting its fair share of foreign capital,” said Craig Alexander, chief economist at Deloitte Canada and co-author of the consultancy’s Canadian competitiveness scorecard."

Huffington Post's full article:

World's Most Competitive Economies: Canada Falls To Lowest Spot Ever In Rankings

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