Remaining competitive after Covid-19

Recommendations to remain competitive after Covid-19 by the World Economic Forum

Is Timisoara a competitive city?

Timisoara is one of the most competitive cities in Romania. Still, this is not enough as the city competes on the international scene. What can be done?

Madrid gained in competitiveness. Why Barcelona did not follow.

Barcelona was for many years the richest and most competitive city in Spain. Why has Madrid taken this position? Is it merit of Madrid or has Barcelona provoked this situation?

The 2019 International Tax Competitiveness Index

The Tax Foundation analyses the competitiveness of the OECD countries. A competitive fiscal frame can be a solid beginning to improve a country’s economy.

The Competitiveness of Tourism: A huge industry with low salaries

Travel and Tourism deserve their report by the WEF. The industry employees millions, but they are the worst paid sector in the analysed countries. Is this situation consistent with being competitive?

How the US private sector is pointing the way to maintain the American Competitiveness

The protective measures issued by the Trump admnistration are damaging the US Competitiveness. The private sector is asking for changes.

Pillar 3: Competitiveness thru ICT

ICT stands for Information and Communication Technology. Let’s say, the Internet. ICT is the third pillar in the Global Competitiveness Index issued by the World Economic Forum and is part of the “Enabling Environment” group: the frame that borders the development of a society. It isn’t easy to think of a period in history inContinue reading “Pillar 3: Competitiveness thru ICT”

Italy: a huge step forward for Competitiveness. Bravo!

The Italian government has requested a package of measures to relaunch Italy after Covid-19. A group of experts led by Mr Colao met and presented their conclusions.