Guide: The Swiss “Times” reported on June 20 that Switzerland rose from the eighth place in the world to the fifth place in the IMD digital competitiveness ranking of the Lausanne International Institute for Management Development.
Switzerland, June 20, The Times reported in IMD Switzerland IMD digital competitiveness rankings, up from the first eighth world fifth, but there is still a gap in terms of training and e-government.
Switzerland has become one of the five most competitive countries in global digital terms, according to the global digital competitiveness report released by the international school of management and development (IMD) on June 19. The us led the pack, becoming the new leader, followed by Singapore, Sweden and Denmark, while Switzerland rose from eighth to fifth place.
The IMD World Digital Competitiveness Ranking was created in 2017 to quantify technological changes within countries and to analyze the ability of these countries to transform digitally in the political, economic and social spheres. The Lausanne Institute has selected 50 indicators, divided into three categories: technology, knowledge and “preparing for the future”.