Saturday, 23 January 2016

Germany Tops The World's Best Country List As America Comes In Fourth


The best country in the world has been revealed as Germany, according to a new report.





Canada, the United Kingdom and the United States came in second, third and fourth, respectively, in the inaugural Best Countries report released on Wednesday at the annual World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.


The report looked at 60 nations across the world and based the rankings on factors including sustainability, adventure, cultural influence, entrepreneurship and economic influence.


Germany was named the country in a report revealed on Wednesday at the annual World Economic Forum in Davos,Switzerland.


Canada came in second place in the rankings, which surveyed 60 nations across the world. Pictured above is Vancouver.
The United Kingdom came in third place in the rankings,which factored in sustainability, adventure, cultural influence, entrepreneurship and economic influence.


The United States ranked fourth on the Best Countries list.it was also named the most powerful country in the report.
Sweden came in fifth in the report, which was a joint project between US News and World Report, New York-based BAV Consulting and University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business.

1. Germany
2. Canada
3. United Kingdom
4. United States
5. Sweden
6. Australia
7. Japan
8. France
9. Netherlands
10. Denmark

The study is a joint project between US News and World Report, New York-based BAV Consulting and University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business.
The organizations launched a Best Countries website in Davos at the forum to present its findings.Though the United States did not finish in first, it was named the most powerful country in the report.
'How a nation is perceived outside its borders is critical to its success,' Martin Sorrell, WPP's chief executive officer,told USA Toda
'Smart, thoughtful and responsible administrations pay attention to image and reputation, because a better image contributes towards more foreign direct investment, more tourism and a 'made-in' or 'created-in' premium,' Sorrell
said.


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