RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil fell from 72nd to 80th place between 2019 and 2020 in the global talent competitiveness ranking (GTCI), prepared by INSEAD, the prominent French Business Administration School. The country obtained a 38.14 GTCI index (adopted to compare countries), below the average of the middle-high income countries, defined at 41.25.
The countries with the highest performance were Switzerland, United States, Singapore, Sweden, and Denmark. At the bottom end of the list were Yemen, Angola, Congo, Burundi, and Mozambique. The ranking examines 132 countries in a variety of aspects related to the economic and political . . .