Rio de Janeiro has climbed six positions in the competitiveness rankings of states compiled by the CLP (Center for Public Leadership).
From 17th place in 2021, it moved up to 11th place in 2022.
In practice, the state has returned to the position it held in 2020 before the ouster of Governor Wilson Witzel.
At that time, scandals and government data disarray affected Rio's performance.
This year, there have been improvements in fiscal policy, the civil service efficiency pillar, and the judiciary's work, which has increassevend by seven positions.
Despite the increase, it is the least competitive state . . .