Yesterday on her blog, CFR senior fellow Shannon O’Neil analyzed how Latin America fares in the World Economic Forum’s 2012-13 Global Competitiveness Index. While the findings are mixed, O’Neil says, most countries are making progress on their competitiveness and equitable development. As she concludes:
The report shows that while the region still faces many real challenges (including security, corruption, and infrastructure), Latin America’s steps forward have been promising, as many countries have found a way to promote inclusive economic growth while enhancing global competitiveness.
The full post is available here.