Sweden remains the most competitive economy as measured by the European Union’s (EU) own competition benchmark, the Lisbon
criteria, followed by Finland, Denmark and the Netherlands, according to the World Economic Forum’s Lisbon Review 2010 released today ahead of the upcoming World Economic Forum on
The World Economic Forum’s study is the fifth and final review in a biennial series that assesses the progress made by EU Member countries in the far-reaching goals of the EU’s Lisbon Strategy of economic and structural reforms. In addition to assessing the performance of 27 existing EU Members, it also measures the competitive performance of EU candidates and potential candidate countries.
Full report : TheLisbonReview2010