Top 10 most competitive economies in the world digital

Experts from the Shanghai Academy of social Sciences published its annual report Global Digital Economy Competitiveness Development Report (2019), in which they called the most competitive digital economy in the world.

the rankings take into account four factors that make up the digital economy, including digital industry, digital innovation, digital technologies, and institutions digital control.

Below we will discuss 10 competitive digital economies in the world.

10. Germany

Germany is a post-industrial country, where the backbone of the economy (54%) are services. The level of competitiveness of the digital economy Germany ranks 10th in the world.

9. Australia

Australia is one of the developed countries, being the thirteenth largest economy in the world and has the sixth place in the world in GDP per capita. Australia is a highly developed post-industrial state, the level of competitiveness of the digital economy, the country ranks ninth in the world.

8. Netherlands

the Netherlands has a highly developed modern post-industrial economy. The economy of the Netherlands referred to the export, since this country is mainly focused on foreign markets. The level of competitiveness of the digital economy, the country ranks eighth in the world.

7. Japan

Japan is a developed country with very high living standards. Japan is one of the leading countries in the field of scientific research, such as high technology, Biomedicine and robotics.

the level of competitiveness of the digital economy, the country occupies seventh place in the world.

6. South Korea

the Republic of Korea is an economically developed state with high income per capita. The most important role in the economic growth of the country played a large corporations — the chaebol whose products are currently in great demand worldwide. The level of competitiveness of the digital economy Stwound ranks sixth in the world.

5. Finland

Finland is the small number of highly industrialized countries.

Nokia is a Finnish multinational company, a world leader in the field of mobile communication technology, a leading supplier of equipment for cellular, fixed, broadband and IP networks.

4. UK

Britain is a highly developed post-industrial state. Scientific research is also one of the main activities of British universities, many of which create techno-parks to facilitate production and work with companies.

3. China

the Chinese economy is the second economy in the world by nominal GDP and the first economy in the world by GDP (PPP). China is the world leader in the production of most industrial products, including car production and consumer demand.

2. Singapore

Singapore is a highly developed country with a market economy and low taxation where an important role is played by transnational corporations.

the level of competitiveness of the digital economy Singapore is ranked second in the world.

1. USA

the United States is a highly developed country with the first economy in the world by nominal GDP and second in GDP (PPP). While the US economy is post-industrial, is characterized by the predominance of the service sector and knowledge economy, the manufacturing sector remains the second largest in the world.