Countries With Lowest Competitiveness Index - Bottom 10 World

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Competitiveness Index Latest Reference
East Timor
Myanmar
Swaziland
Madagascar
Libya
Belize
Guyana
Suriname
Gabon
Syria

East Timor Competitiveness Index stands at 3.17 Points. Source: World Economic Forum. Forecast: 3.2055 Points.
Myanmar Competitiveness Index latest value is 3.32 Points. Source: World Economic Forum. Forecast: 3.2355 Points.
Swaziland Competitiveness Index was last reported at 3.35 Points. Source: World Economic Forum. Forecast: 3.2706 Points.
Madagascar Competitiveness Index stands at 3.40 Points. Source: World Economic Forum. Forecast: 3.4157 Points.
Libya Competitiveness Index latest value is 3.48 Points. Source: World Economic Forum. Forecast: 3.6377 Points.
Belize Competitiveness Index was last reported at 3.52 Points. Source: World Economic Forum. Forecast: 3.52 Points.
Guyana Competitiveness Index stands at 3.56 Points. Source: World Economic Forum. Forecast: 3.5331 Points.
Suriname Competitiveness Index latest value is 3.71 Points. Source: World Economic Forum. Forecast: 3.7026 Points.
Gabon Competitiveness Index was last reported at 3.79 Points. Source: World Economic Forum. Forecast: 3.772 Points.
Syria Competitiveness Index stands at 3.85 Points. Source: World Economic Forum. Forecast: 3.8555 Points.
The country with lowest Competitiveness Index is East Timor (3.17 Points in 2015) followed by Myanmar (3.32 Points in 2016) in the second position and Swaziland (3.35 Points in 2018) in the third.