The global economy is going through a major transformation. Forces such as the rise of emerging markets, an aging population, the power of disruptive technologies, and greater global connectivity are driving demand for new products and services and creating new economic opportunities.
We are well-positioned to meet those demands and capitalize on new opportunities by aligning our traditional economic strengths with technology-driven global opportunities.
To compete to win, we must reassess our definition of competitiveness. In order to deliver clear results that enhance our global competitiveness, governments must: