Creeping Progress:

New Zealand inched up the world competitiveness scoreboard, according to latest results released by IMD. The 2007 rankings place New Zealand in 19th place nestled between Taiwan and the United Kingdom on bunch of measures around both hard statistics and opinions. IMD’s World Competitiveness Yearbook has been ranking 55 countries every year since 1989. Last time, New Zealand scored 21st place.
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