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The U.S. was given a competitiveness score of 85.6 out of 100, with its strengths including business dynamism, its labor market, and the financial system.

The U.S. was given a competitiveness score of 85.6 out of 100, with its strengths including business dynamism, its labor market, and the financial system. However, the report noted that the U.S. economy was being held back by a weakening social fabric, worsening security, lack of IT adoption, and corruption.

The U.S. was given a competitiveness score of 85.6 out of 100, with its strengths including business dynamism, its labor market, and the financial system. However, the report noted that the U.S. economy was being held back by a weakening social fabric, worsening security, lack of IT adoption, and corruption. It also lagged behind most advanced economies in terms of health, with the country's life expectancy three years below the average of advanced economies.

The U.S. was given a competitiveness score of 85.6 out of 100, with its strengths including business dynamism, its labor market, and the financial system. However, the report noted that the U.S. economy was being held back by a weakening social fabric, worsening security, lack of IT adoption, and corruption. It also lagged behind most advanced economies in terms of health, with the country's life expectancy three years below the average of advanced economies. Singapore , which closely followed the U.S., remained competitive thanks to policies that promoted openness, a key driver for its economic success.

Meanwhile Germany , ranked third, scored highly on its macroeconomic stability, but like the U.S., was held back by slow IT adoption.

Meanwhile Germany , ranked third, scored highly on its macroeconomic stability, but like the U.S., was held back by slow IT adoption. The U.K. was named the eighth most competitive economy, with WEF praising the quality of its research institutions and workforce diversity but giving the country a lower score for life expectancy and skills.

Meanwhile Germany , ranked third, scored highly on its macroeconomic stability, but like the U.S., was held back by slow IT adoption. The U.K. was named the eighth most competitive economy, with WEF praising the quality of its research institutions and workforce diversity but giving the country a lower score for life expectancy and skills. China , ranked 28 th , was the most competitive of the emerging markets, followed by Russia in 43 rd place.

Meanwhile Germany , ranked third, scored highly on its macroeconomic stability, but like the U.S., was held back by slow IT adoption. The U.K. was named the eighth most competitive economy, with WEF praising the quality of its research institutions and workforce diversity but giving the country a lower score for life expectancy and skills. China , ranked 28 th , was the most competitive of the emerging markets, followed by Russia in 43 rd place. No other emerging markets were ranked among the 50 most competitive economies.

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