Last week (July 24, 2019), the World Intellectual Property Organization, Cornell University and INSEAD jointly released the Global Innovation Index (GII) 2019. The GII ranks the innovation performance of 129 countries around the world based on 80 indicators, including political environment, education, infrastructure, and business sophistication. Switzerland is ranked the world’s most-innovative country, followed by Sweden, the United States of America, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom. Canada is ranked the 17th most-innovative country.
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