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U.S. first in economy competitiveness after 10-year break

The economy of the United States grasped the first position in the yearly competitiveness ranking of the World Economic Forum, which hasn’t happened since the time of financial crisis in 2007-2009, taking advantage of this year’s modified methodology, according to yesterday’s words from the Swiss organization.

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The U.S. overtook other leading economies as Singapore and Germany, receiving 85.6 points out of 100, showed the report, thanks to the country’s can-do entrepreneurship, supported by robust jobs market and financial system.

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