DOHA, – Qatar has retained a top place in the 2016 edition of the annual World Competitiveness Yearbook, which is issued by the International Institute for Management Development (IMD), ranking 13th out of 61 countries.

In a statement issued Monday, the Ministry of Development Planning and Statistics said, the ranking reflects the high status that Qatar continues to achieve on all fronts, as competitiveness in the report is measured based on a group of data and statistical indices, as well as, views of company executives and businessmen, who were included in the report’s field survey and offered their opinions on the business environment and competitiveness of the Qatari economy.

Minister of Development Planning and Statistics, Dr. Saleh bin Mohammed Al Nabet, welcomed the report’s outcome, stressing that, it enhances Qatar’s global status, noting that the results help as a guide for areas that have room for improvements.

The yearbook’s chapter on Qatar is a result of cooperation between the IMD in Switzerland, and the Ministry of Development Planning and Statistics.

It’s the eighth edition of the yearbook in which Qatar took part.

Source: Name News Network

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