Russia took the 12 place in the ranking of innovative economies from Bloomberg

Russia took the 12 place in the ranking of innovative economies from Bloomberg


MOSCOW, January 19, Russia took the 12 place in the ranking of innovative economies of the world compiled by Bloomberg. In the first place was taken by South Korea, with a cumulative index of innovation in 91,31 item.

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The top five most innovative economies are also included Germany (85,54 points), Sweden (85,21), Japan (to 85.07 points) and Switzerland (84,96), said the Agency.

In turn, Russia, the index of innovativeness which was 78,85 points, on a par with the economies of Israel (79,81) and Austria (78,45).

The index of innovative economies, Bloomberg is based on seven indicators, including expenditure on research, production, labour productivity, concentration of high-tech companies and scientists, the level of education of citizens and the number of registered patents.

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