GENEVA — Boosted by improvements in innovation and technology, the U.S. economy has moved up two slots, to third place — behind top performers Switzerland and Singapore — according to the Word Economic Forum’s global competitiveness rankings in its 2014 business survey.
“As it recovers from the crisis, the United States can build on the many structural features that make its economy extremely productive,” said the WEF’s “Global Competitiveness Report: 2014-2015,” which polled, worldwide, more than 14,000 business leaders in the 144 economies reviewed.
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