Take a glance at our country analyses, which reveal that executives believe China leads overall and emerging markets will become more competitive in the near future. You can also read the full country analyses in Appendix A: country analyses of the report.
|Current competitiveness||Competitiveness in five years|
|Rank||Country||Index score (10=High 1=Low)||Rank||Country||Index score (10=High 1=Low)|
|3||United States of America||7.84||3||Brazil||7.89|
|5||South Korea||7.59||5||United States of America||7.69|
The 2013 Global Manufacturing Competitiveness Index report prepared by Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited and the Council on Competitiveness includes more than 550 survey responses from senior manufacturing executives around the world. The survey examines the complex forces driving the future of manufacturing and many of the structural changes reshaping the global economy.
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