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Synonyms for competitiveness

an aggressive willingness to compete


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As LGUs in the region have been gaining multiple recognitions and awards in the national competitiveness rankings, the agency already made plans on elevating next year's round of CMCI Survey,' Director Maria Belenda Q.
The Philippines did go up a notch in its global competitiveness ranking, placing 56th in 2017 from 57th last year.
The GCC has made huge progress in this year's IMD World Competitiveness rankings
is the local partner of the World Economic Forum at the competitiveness index surveys.
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Pakistan has shown some extraordinary recovery on the economic front, where the country has been successful in improving its macroeconomic framework to improve its global competitiveness, the report added.
The Global Competitiveness Report has been the World Economic Forum's flagship publication since 1979 and is widely recognized as the world's leading cross-country comparison of factors affecting economic competitiveness and growth.
The competitiveness sub-committee was organized by virtue of the Executive Order issued by Mayor Eddie P.
He drew the attention to the importance of lowering of energy and communications products prices, particularly in view of the current fierce competitiveness witnessed by these sectors, adding that encouraging the youths to adopt pioneering ideas in the high-and-profit-taking service sectors is critically required in the current time.
Keywords: EU competitiveness, GCI, bringing back EU competitiveness
The Global Urban Competitiveness Project produces the annual report with support from the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and National Academy of Economic Strategy.
New Authority will serve as the only official and main link between all the federal and local governments in matters related to competitiveness and statistics
The President, His Highness Shaikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, has issued a decree to establish the Federal Competitiveness and Statistics Authority (FCSA), under the UAE Cabinet.
Part of this neglect may stem from conceptual and empirical links between competitiveness and hypercompetitiveness which raise questions about the usefulness of distinctions in the construct and operational definitions of these traits.
The EC published Thursday two reports on industrial competitiveness.