RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Center-South states are the most capable of prioritizing public policies aimed at society's well-being, according to the State Competitiveness Ranking study released by the Center for Public Leadership (CLP) on Thursday, September 30.
São Paulo, Santa Catarina and the Federal District are the three best placed in the study. According to CLP analyst Lucas Cepeda, the best-placed states share the fact that they are able to grow by prioritizing specific agendas. But they also benefit from historical issues, such as better infrastructure.
The three states ranked highest overall also hold . . .