India ranked 60th in the inclusive growth index

SARTHAK IAS

According to a report by the World Economic Forum (WEF), India has been placed at 60th in the Inclusive Development Index. 'Inclusive growth and development report 2017' of the platform was released on January 16, 2017. This index is also placed below India's neighboring country China and Pakistan. This index is based on 12 indicators. In this index, Lithuania has been ranked first in 79 developing economies. After this, Azarbijan and Hungary are second and third respectively. India has been placed at 60th place in this index. Poland in fourth place, Romania at fifth place, Uruguay at sixth place, Latvia is at seventh place, Panama eighth, Costa Rica ninth and Chile 10th place. Russia is ranked 13th and Brazil is 30th.

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