The U.S. is becoming more competitive according to the Global Competitiveness Report 2014-2015. For two years in a row the U.S. has been improving and has moved into 3rd place with improvements in institutional framework, business sophistication, and innovation. The process of development is moving forward but lags behind due to perceptions of governmental efficiency and decision-making. As the nation aligns around core principles and values, it will better be able to foster the right pro-growth environment. Strengths : The U.S. has strong infrastructure, flexible labor, advanced business, and a progressive use of new information. The report cites the willingness of businesses to work with universities to create innovation and development. This innovation turns into new products, services, and operations that strengthens the entire system. Weaknesses : The business community is skeptical of government, believe that government officials play favorites, and waste
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