The Netherlands has the best infrastructure in Europe according to ‘The World Economic Forum’
In the 2018 Global Competitiveness Report presented by the World Economic Forum (WEF), the Netherlands was ranked best in Europe regarding its transport network and water and energy supply. Its efficient sea and airports achieved particularly high scores; but the quality of the road network and access to electricity supply were also ranked highly.
The WEF research examined various criteria to determine infrastructure quality. A total of 140 countries were investigated, including such diverse aspects as roads, rail network, maritime sector, aviation and the electricity and drinking water supply. The Netherlands is among the world’s best in these areas, and within Europe, the Netherlands was ranked first!
Curious? The report can be viewed and downloaded via this link. The Netherlands is discussed on page 423.
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