RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The 2020 edition - the fifth - of the Global Attractiveness Index (GAI), elaborated by The European House - Ambrosetti group, with the support of a number of large private companies, was released in Cernobbio, in the Italian Lombardy region. The GAI is designed as a map of 144 economies throughout the world, which seeks to measure and compare their potential in terms of investment and productive development.
The researchers in charge of preparing the index assign a score to the economies after taking into account several variables grouped into four categories: openness, innovation, talent and efficiency. But the . . .