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competitive

Business sufficiently low in price or high in quality to be successful against commercial rivals
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Last year the Regional Competitiveness Committee (RCC) of the region also noted 100-percent participation among LGUs in the region.
According to NCC, the cities and municipalities are ranked on their competitiveness based on an overall competitiveness score, the sum of scores on three main pillars -- economic dynamism, government efficiency and infrastructure.
According to the Global Competitiveness Report 2017-2018, Vietnam and Brunei Darussalam recorded substantial improvements in their standing, thus were able to jump ahead of the Philippines.
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Muscat: Efforts made by the National Competitiveness Committee with relation to the international competitiveness index were reviewed during a meeting on Wednesday.
Competitiveness Office with relation to the international competitiveness index.
These researches aim at the effects of knowledge integration capability on competitiveness and the way of such effects.
For the eighth consecutive year, Switzerland ranks as the most competitive economy in the world, narrowly ahead of Singapore and the United States, a Global Competitiveness Report 2016-2017 said.
This is the longest-running and most extensive survey of business conditions worldwide, capturing issues that are highly relevant to national competitiveness.
The activity aims to provide understanding on the different level of competitiveness and the purpose and mechanics of the cities and municipalities competitiveness index (CMCI).
For his part, the Director of Competitiveness and Projects Development at Parson Global Foundation Shankar Selgam said during the session that the basic concept of changes index focuses on raising the free trade edge and further organizing it to liberate many products, noting that the Kingdom has made great strides in this regard and that ways of reaching highly competitiveness-associated capital were discussed.
Like we already said, the real test for competitiveness is the perspectives in term of economic well-being achievements and long-term development.