“The strength of economies in Asia, Latin America, the Middle East and Africa is becoming increasingly integral to the health of the global economy,” states Ed Nusbaum, CEO with Grant Thornton International in the Foreword to the company’s Global Dynamism Index 2012; business growth fundamentals report, (GDI), which ranks 50 economies on 22 indicators of dynamism*. It was developed in conjunction with the Economist Intelligence Unit.
GDI 2012 conducted 406 interviews with senior executives, from a range of countries and industries, to produce weighted rankings on the business growth environment of 50 economies. The five areas identified as key drivers to an economy’s dynamism included science & technology, labour & human capital, financing environment, business operating environment, and economics & growth.
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