World Economic Forum: Global Competitiveness Index


Global Competitiveness Report is a yearly assessment of the competitiveness of over a 100 countries produced by the World Economic Forum. The report ranks countries based on the Global Competitiveness Index and provides a comprehensive insight into the drivers of a country’s productivity and prosperity.


World Economic Forum: Global Competitiveness Report

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Global Competitiveness Report 2014/2015


NCCN Statement: Nigeria Falls 7 Places in the Global Competitiveness Index 2015

The World Economic Forum (WEF) released the 2015 Global Competitiveness Index (GCI) rankings today and Nigeria ranked 127 of the 144 countries assessed. In light of these results, the National Competitiveness Council of Nigeria (NCCN) recognises the fundamental importance of continuing in its mission to improve Nigeria’s international competitiveness and address constructive portions highlighted in the Index.

However, it is increasingly clear that a perception gap exists between the way some ranking agencies view Nigeria and the reality on the ground of steadily improving trends. The NCCN has begun taking steps to redress this misalignment between perception and reality both internally and externally.

Read more:


CNBC – Nigeria’s Rating on WEF Global Competitiveness Report


WEB TV – Nigeria: How Competitive – NCCN CEO interview


Nigeria Drops to 127th Place on the Global Competitive Index 2015

Nigeria’s competitiveness rankings: Reality beats perception

NCCN Moves to Develop Competitiveness Report for Nigeria

NCCN Challenges WEF Competitiveness Ranking, Says Based On Lagging Indicators

Nigeria ranked 127 out of 144 in global competitiveness

Anietie-Effiong: Our disagreement on the WEF rankings

Why Ranking Nigeria 127TH In Competitiveness Is Faulty – Mordi