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The U.S. slips from fifth to seventh in the World Economic Forum's newest Global Competitiveness...

The U.S. slips from fifth to seventh in the World Economic Forum's newest Global Competitiveness Report, dragged down by "low public trust in politicians and a perceived lack of government efficiency." Switzerland, Singapore, Finland, Sweden, The Netherlands and Germany ranked ahead of the U.S.
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  • Neil459
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    I am so surprised to see this accidental act of journalism. Now why aren't the major media outlets holding our politician's feet to the fire?

     

    Oh and how can we be competitive when we ship everything off for others to do?
    5 Sep 2012, 06:48 PM Reply Like
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