RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Released on Tuesday, 28th, the Digital Competitiveness ranking 2021 places Brazil in 51st place, maintaining the same position reached last year when the country had risen in the ranking.
Conducted by the International Institute for Management Development (IMD), in Switzerland, in partnership with Dom Cabral Foundation (FDC), in Brazil, the index compares 64 countries in their capacity to create, maintain and promote digital technologies in the public and private sectors. This year, the study has incorporated Botswana into the list of nations observed.
To prepare the ranking, the researchers evaluate and analyze three factors: knowledge (conditions . . .