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Germany ranks first as most innovative nation worldwide in Bloomberg index

Monday 20 January 2020 | 11:05 CET | News
Germany has been ranked as the most innovative nation worldwide by the Bloomberg Global Innovation Index with 88.21 points, followed by South Korea with 88.16 points. Germany breaks the dominance of South Korea since 2013 as the most innovative nation globally.

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Categories: General / IT
Companies: BMW / Daimler / Volkswagen
Countries: Germany / Korea, Republic of
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