Wednesday, October 17, 2018 5.20PM / WEF
The World Economic Forum in its 2018 Global Competitiveness Index, ranked Nigeria 115 out of 140 countries. This means it moved three places downward from its 2017/2018 ranking of 112 out of 135 countries.
According to the new ranking, Nigeria improved in four(4) of twelve (12) ranking pillars, namely;
The current GCI ranking template has the following twelve (12) as pillars for assessment;
3. ICT Adoption
Areas that Nigeria will require rapid improvement include the following eight (8) pillars;
2. ICT Adoption
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