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The World Economic Forum’s Inclusive Development Index list for the year 2017 is out and India bagged the 60th position among 79 developing countries. China bagged an impressive 15th position beating India, with Pakistan at 52 and Bangladesh at the 36th spot. Report is generated by World Economic Forum (WEF).

India ranks 60<sup>th</sup> in Inclusive Development Index, report by WEF

India ranks 60th in Inclusive Development Index, report by WEF

India ranks 60th in Inclusive Development Index, report by WEF

About WEF’s ‘Inclusive Growth and Development Report 2017’

  • Inclusive Development Index (IDI) is based on 12 performance indicators.
  • Index has three pillars

    • Growth and Development
    • Inclusion and Intergenerational Equity
    • Sustainability
  • Lithuania tops the list of 79 developing economies.
  • Top ten are Poland (4th), Romania (5th), Uruguay (6th), Latvia (7th), Panama (8th), Costa Rica (9th) and Chile (10th).
  • Two BRIC nations, Russia and Brazil, are at 13th and 30th places
  • Among advanced economies, Norway is at the top, followed by Luxembourg (2nd), Switzerland (3th), Iceland (4th) and Denmark (5th).
Inclusive Growth and Development Key Performance Indicators

Inclusive Growth and Development Key Performance Indicators

Inclusive Growth and Development Key Performance Indicators

World Economic Forum

  • Motto: Committed to improving the state of the world
  • Formation: 1971; 46 years ago
  • Type: Nonprofit organization
  • Legal status: Foundation
  • Purpose: Economic
  • Headquarters: Cologny, Switzerland
  • Region served: Worldwide
  • Official language: English

- Published/Last Modified on: March 17, 2017

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