Georgia Holds 76th Position In The World In Terms Of The Quality Of Infrastructure

Georgia Holds 76th Position In The World In Terms Of The Quality Of Infrastructure

In terms of infrastructure competitiveness, Georgia holds 69th position in the world. According to the report of the World Economic Forum, Hong Kong has the best infrastructure in the world and holds the first position with 6,7 points out of 7. Georgia’s has 4,2 rating points.

Top ten countries in the ratings are:

Hong Kong – 6,7 points

Singapore  –  6,5 points

Netherlands – 6,4 points

Japan – 6,3 points

United Arab Emirates – 6,3 points

Switzerland – 6,3 points

France – 6,1 points

Republic of Korea – 6,1 points

United States of America – 6,0 points

Germany – 6,0 points

As to Georgia’s neighboring countries, in the ratings, Russia is number 35, Azerbaijan – 51, Turkey – 53 and Armenia – 80. 

The World Economic Forum’s rating is based on several criteria and the quality of infrastructure is among them. The leaders with this sub-criterion are Switzerland, Singapore and Hong Kong.

With the quality of infrastructure, Georgia holds 76th position with 3,9 points of out 7. Russia holds 74th position with 4 points, Armenia – 57th with 4,3 points, Turkey – 28th with 5 points and Azerbaijan – 26th with the same 5 points.

In the sub-criterion of road quality, Georgia holds 82nd position, with regard to port and air transport infrastructure quality – 69th position in the world. 

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