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India up 2 spots in WEF’s Human Capital Index
13-Sep-2017

India has moved up two spots on the World Economic Forum’s Human Capital Index 2017. It ranks 103 of 130 countries, up from 105 the year before. Norway leads the latest rankings, followed by Finland, Switzerland, the US, and Denmark. India’s poor performance on the index places it behind most of the emerging economies such as Brazil (77th), Indonesia (65th) and other South Asian countries.India has moved up two spots on the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) Human Capital Index 2017. The country ranks 103rd of 130 countries, up from 105th the year before. Norway leads the latest rankings, followed by Finland, Switzerland, the US and Denmark.India’s poor performance on the index places it behind most other emerging economies such as Brazil (77th), Indonesia (65th) and other South Asian countries such as Sri Lanka (70th) and Nepal (98th). The country ranks even lower than Kenya (78th), Myanmar (89th) and Ghana (72nd).

News Source:- https://www.pressreader.com/india/business-standard/20170913/281539406120191