Countries With Lowest Competitiveness Index - Bottom 10 World

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Competitiveness Index Latest Reference
Angola
Burundi
Chad
East Timor
Guinea
Malawi
Mauritania
Mozambique
Sierra Leone
Yemen

Yemen Competitiveness Index was last reported at 2.74 Points. Source: World Economic Forum. Forecast: 2.7323 Points.
Guinea Competitiveness Index stands at 2.84 Points. Source: World Economic Forum. Forecast: 2.8602 Points.
Mauritania Competitiveness Index latest value is 2.94 Points. Source: World Economic Forum. Forecast: 3.0214 Points.
Chad Competitiveness Index was last reported at 2.95 Points. Source: World Economic Forum. Forecast: 2.8785 Points.
Angola Competitiveness Index stands at 3.03 Points. Source: World Economic Forum. Forecast: 3.0199 Points.
Burundi Competitiveness Index latest value is 3.06 Points. Source: World Economic Forum. Forecast: 3.0477 Points.
Malawi Competitiveness Index was last reported at 3.08 Points. Source: World Economic Forum. Forecast: 3.1205 Points.
Mozambique Competitiveness Index stands at 3.13 Points. Source: World Economic Forum. Forecast: 3.1699 Points.
Sierra Leone Competitiveness Index latest value is 3.16 Points. Source: World Economic Forum. Forecast: 3.081 Points.
East Timor Competitiveness Index was last reported at 3.17 Points. Source: World Economic Forum. Forecast: 3.2055 Points.
The country with lowest Competitiveness Index is Yemen (2.74 Points in 2017) followed by Guinea (2.84 Points in 2016) in the second position and Mauritania (2.94 Points in 2017) in the third.