The Global Competitiveness


The Global Competitiveness Report 2006-2007

1 Switzerland
24 Korea, Rep.
27 Chile
28 Spain
42 Italy
88 Venezuela
Total countries: 125

In english I have not much to say, I’m only quoting the parts that interest me.
You can read it in Italian or Spanish


The Global Competitiveness Report 2006-2007

1 Svizzera
24 Corea, Rep.
27 Cile
28 Spagna
42 Italia
88 Venezuela
Total countries: 125


The Global Competitiveness Report 2006-2007

1 Suiza
24 Corea, Rep.
27 Chile
28 España
42 Italia
88 Venezuela
Total countries: 125

Italy’s competitive position has continued on a downward trend, well established over the past few years, dropping four places to 42 in this year’s Report. The list of problems is long. Italy’s underlying macroeconomic environment is poor due to having run budget deficits without interruption for the past 20 years. The fiscal situation has deteriorated sharply since 2000 and public debt levels are well over 100% of GDP, among the highest in the world. The poor state of Italy’s public finances may itself reflect more deep-seated institutional problems, which are shown in low rankings for variables such as the efficiency of government spending, the burden of government regulation and, more generally, the quality of public sector institutions.

Korea’s (24) performance is slightly more uneven than that of Malaysia. The country has already reached world-class levels in certain areas, such as macroeconomic management, school enrolment rates at all levels, penetration rates for new technologies and scientific innovation, as captured by data on patent registration. However, Korea continues to be held back by institutional weaknesses, both public and private, for which it has not yet reached the standards of Finland, Sweden, Denmark or Chile. Taiwan (13) continues to operate at a high level of efficiency but has dropped below last year’s “top-ten” status. It is an innovation powerhouse, with levels of per capita patents registration exceeded only by the US and Japan. It continues to excel in higher education and training indicators (ranked 7th overall) but, like Korea, its overall rank is weighed down by weaknesses in the institutional infrastructure.

As in previous years, Venezuela’s overall performance (88, down four places) continues to deteriorate, despite the emergence of a government budget surplus, a phenomenon seen in all oil-exporting countries. The single most important obstacle to development, however, appears to be the insufficient quality of Venezuelan institutions, especially to combat corruption, undue influence in decision-making and to reduce government intervention, all areas in which Venezuela figures among the worst ranks. For all the talk about the social dimension of the government’s “benign” revolution, school enrolment rates are either mediocre or poor, with Venezuela ranking 84th, just behind Vietnam, Suriname and China, at the secondary school level. Venezuela’s infant mortality rate of 16 per 1,000 live births is on a par with Albania and is higher than that of Russia or the Ukraine, two countries still recovering from decades of public health neglect.

Found: Damien Mulley
Source: Global Competitiveness Report 2006-2007 and The Global Competitiveness Report 2006-2007: Country Highlights


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Italy’s competitive position has continued on a downward trend, well established over the past few years, dropping four places to 42 in this year’s Report. The list of problems is long. Italy’s underlying macroeconomic environment is poor due to having run budget deficits without interruption for the past 20 years. The fiscal situation has deteriorated sharply since 2000 and public debt levels are well over 100% of GDP, among the highest in the world. The poor state of Italy’s public finances may itself reflect more deep-seated institutional problems, which are shown in low rankings for variables such as the efficiency of government spending, the burden of government regulation and, more generally, the quality of public sector institutions.

La posizione competitiva italiana continua la sua scesa stabile da svariati anni, scendendo 4 posti dall’anno scorso. La lista di probblemi e’ molto lunga. Sottolineando il povero sistema Macroeconomico dovuto alla carenza dei fondi, deficit inninterroto da gli ultimi 20 anni. La situazione fiscale deteriorata drasticamente dal 2000 ed il debito publico sono al di sopra del 100% del PIL (GDP), uno dei piu alti del mondo. La povera situazione delle finanze publiche, puo mostrare problemi da tempo nelle istituzioni, le quali sono di bassa qualita dovuto alla efficenza delle spese del governo, il probblema delle regolarizazioni governamentali e piu generalizata, la qualita del settore publico.

Leggere questo mi fa un po’ paura, anche se e’ vero che negli ultimi anni, la nostra qualita di vita sta scendendo drasticamente.

Korea’s (24) performance is slightly more uneven than that of Malaysia. The country has already reached world-class levels in certain areas, such as macroeconomic management, school enrolment rates at all levels, penetration rates for new technologies and scientific innovation, as captured by data on patent registration. However, Korea continues to be held back by institutional weaknesses, both public and private, for which it has not yet reached the standards of Finland, Sweden, Denmark or Chile. Taiwan (13) continues to operate at a high level of efficiency but has dropped below last year’s “top-ten” status. It is an innovation powerhouse, with levels of per capita patents registration exceeded only by the US and Japan. It continues to excel in higher education and training indicators (ranked 7th overall) but, like Korea, its overall rank is weighed down by weaknesses in the institutional infrastructure.

Le performance di Corea sono leggermente migliori a quelle della Malasia. Il paese ha raggiunto alcuni livelli alti in certe aree, come la gestione macroeconomica, iscrizioni alle formazioni (scuola) in tutti i livelli, creazioni di nuove tecnologie e innovazioni scientifice, calcolato grazie alla registrazioni di nuove patenti. D’altra parte, Corea continua ad avere problemi istituzionali, sia publico che privao, per i quali ancora non e’ arrivata agli standar di Fillandia, Svezia, Danimarca o Chile.

As in previous years, Venezuela’s overall performance (88, down four places) continues to deteriorate, despite the emergence of a government budget surplus, a phenomenon seen in all oil-exporting countries. The single most important obstacle to development, however, appears to be the insufficient quality of Venezuelan institutions, especially to combat corruption, undue influence in decision-making and to reduce government intervention, all areas in which Venezuela figures among the worst ranks. For all the talk about the social dimension of the government’s “benign” revolution, school enrolment rates are either mediocre or poor, with Venezuela ranking 84th, just behind Vietnam, Suriname and China, at the secondary school level. Venezuela’s infant mortality rate of 16 per 1,000 live births is on a par with Albania and is higher than that of Russia or the Ukraine, two countries still recovering from decades of public health neglect.

Come nei anni precedenti, Venezuela, al posto 88 (perde altri 4 posti) continua a deteriorare pur l’aiuto monetario del sovra guadangno delle finanze del governo (scusate, ma questa parte non sapevo come tradurre government budget surplus), un fenomeno visto in tutti i paesi esportatori di petroleo. Il piu importante ostacolo per lo sviluppo, sembra essere l’insufficenza della qualita delle istituzioni Venezuolane, specialmente nel combattere la coruzzione, poca influenza nelle decisioni e il poco intervento del governo, tutte queste aree dove Venezuela figura nei peggiori livelli. Anche se il gran parlare della dimensione dell’inizio revoluzionario del governo, le iscrizioni allo studio sono mediocri o poche, dove nella classifica Venezuela compare nel 84 posto, subito dopo Vietnam, Suriname e Cina. La mortalita di bambini el il 16 per 1.000 vite, alla pari con Albania ed e’ ancora piu alta di Russia e Ukrania, due paesi che si stanno riprendendo da decade di negligenza della salute publica.

Mi scuso per gli errori grammaticali, e forse (non so) avro inventato qualche parola…
(Ancora mischio troppo Italiano e Spagnolo)

Letto su: Damien Mulley
Fonte: Global Competitiveness Report 2006-2007 and The Global Competitiveness Report 2006-2007: Country Highlights



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42 Italy’s competitive position has continued on a downward trend, well established over the past few years, dropping four places to 42 in this year’s Report. The list of problems is long. Italy’s underlying macroeconomic environment is poor due to having run budget deficits without interruption for the past 20 years. The fiscal situation has deteriorated sharply since 2000 and public debt levels are well over 100% of GDP, among the highest in the world. The poor state of Italy’s public finances may itself reflect more deep-seated institutional problems, which are shown in low rankings for variables such as the efficiency of government spending, the burden of government regulation and, more generally, the quality of public sector institutions.

La posicion competitiva italiana, continua con su estable bajada ya desde hace varios años, descendiendo de 4 posiciones desde el año pasado. La lista de los problemas es muy larga. Subrayando el pobre sistema macroeconomico debido a la carencia de dinero, deficit sin parar desde los ultimos 20 anos. La situacion fiscal deteriorada drasticamente desde el 2000 y el debito publico son mas del 100% del PNB (GDP), uno de los mas altos del mundo. La pobre situacion de las finanzas publicas, puede mostrarnos problemar arraigados desde tiempo en las instituciones, las quales son de baja calidad debido a la eficiensa de los gastos guvernamentales, el problema de las regularizadciones guvernamentales y la mas generalizada, la calidad del sector publico.

24 Korea’s (24) performance is slightly more uneven than that of Malaysia. The country has already reached world-class levels in certain areas, such as macroeconomic management, school enrolment rates at all levels, penetration rates for new technologies and scientific innovation, as captured by data on patent registration. However, Korea continues to be held back by institutional weaknesses, both public and private, for which it has not yet reached the standards of Finland, Sweden, Denmark or Chile. Taiwan (13) continues to operate at a high level of efficiency but has dropped below last year’s “top-ten” status. It is an innovation powerhouse, with levels of per capita patents registration exceeded only by the US and Japan. It continues to excel in higher education and training indicators (ranked 7th overall) but, like Korea, its overall rank is weighed down by weaknesses in the institutional infrastructure.

Las performance de Corea son ligeramente mejores a las de Malasia. El pais ha logrado conseguir niveles altos en algunas areas, como la gestion macroeconomica, inscripcion a la formacion (escuelas) en todos los niveles, creacion de nuevas tecnologias e innovacion scientifica, calculado gracias a los registros de nuevas patentes. De otra lado, Corea continua a tener problemas institucionales, sea el sector publico que el privado, por los quales todavia no logra llegar a los niveles de Finlandia, Suiza, Dinamarca o Chile.

88 As in previous years, Venezuela’s overall performance (88, down four places) continues to deteriorate, despite the emergence of a government budget surplus, a phenomenon seen in all oil-exporting countries. The single most important obstacle to development, however, appears to be the insufficient quality of Venezuelan institutions, especially to combat corruption, undue influence in decision-making and to reduce government intervention, all areas in which Venezuela figures among the worst ranks. For all the talk about the social dimension of the government’s “benign” revolution, school enrolment rates are either mediocre or poor, with Venezuela ranking 84th, just behind Vietnam, Suriname and China, at the secondary school level. Venezuela’s infant mortality rate of 16 per 1,000 live births is on a par with Albania and is higher than that of Russia or the Ukraine, two countries still recovering from decades of public health neglect.

Como en los años precedentes, Venezuela, en el puesto 88 (pierde otros 4 puestos) continua a deteriorasre, a pesar de la ayuda monetaria, debido al exeso de fondos del govierno, un fenomeno que se presenta en todos los paises exportadores de petroleo. El principal grande problema para el desarrollo, parece ser la insuficiencia de la calidad de las instituciones Venezolanas, especialmente en el combatir la corrupcion, poca influencia en las desiciones y en el poco intervencion del govierno, todas estas areas donde Venezuela se muestra en los peores niveles. Aunque se hable mucho del inicio revolucionario del govierno, las inscripciones al estudio son mediocres o pocas, donde en la clasifica, Venezuela aparece en la posicion 84, justo despues de Vietnam, Suriname y China. La mortalidad en los niños es el 16 por 1.000 vidas, al mismo nivel de Albania y mucho mas alta de Russia y Ukrania, dos paises que todavia se estan recuperando de decadas de negligencia en la salud publica.

Creo que algunas partes, no me parecen ciertas…
No se… Creo que tienen que vivir un poco en Venezuela para ver…
O sea… El govierno esta metido en todo…

Me disculpo por los errores gramaticales, y puede ser (no se) che haya inventado algunas palabras.
(Todavia me enredo mucho Italiano y Espanol)

Leido en: Damien Mulley
Fuente: Global Competitiveness Report 2006-2007 and The Global Competitiveness Report 2006-2007: Country Highlights

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