Chile falls for second consecutive year in World Competitiveness Ranking

The country was ranked 45th after dropping one step among the 63 economies surveyed in the 2022 version of the analysis prepared by the World Competitiveness Center in partnership with the FEN of the University of Chile. Chile reached a new historic low but remained at the head of the Latin American countries surveyed.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - It is no longer just the pandemic. Increased inflationary pressures and the Russian military operation in Ukraine add to the concerns faced by governments and companies, which seem to be taking their toll on the competitiveness of several countries.

Chile is not left out of this group, and this year it suffered a new setback, according to the Global Competitiveness Ranking 2022, prepared by the Institute for Management Development (IMD . . .

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