Francis Gurry

Global innovation: China joins top 25, Singapore climbs a notch
China joins the ranks of the world’s 25 most-innovative economies in the Global Innovation Index. This is the first time a middle-income country has joined the highly developed economies that have historically dominated the top of the GII throughout its nine years of surveying the innovative capacity of 100-plus countries across the globe.
Global innovation: Singapore in top 10, Malaysia shines
At No 7, Singapore was the only Asian country in the top 10 ranking of the world’s most innovative nations, while Malaysia (No 32) and Vietnam (No 52) were among those singled out as being ‘innovation achievers’ for outperforming their economic peers.
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