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Logistics Performance Index: World Bank The Logistics Performance Index is an interactive benchmarking tool created to help countries identify the challenges and opportunities they face in their performance on trade logistics and what they can do to improve their performance. The LPI 2016 allows for comparisons across 160 countries The LPl is based on a worldwide survey of operators on the ground (global freight forwarders and express carriers),providing feedback on the logistics "friendliness" of the countries in which they operate and those with which they trade. India's ranking has jumped from 54 in 2014 to 35 in 2016. This is a biennial Report. Next report will come in 2018. They combine in-depth knowledge of the countries in which they operate with informed qualitative assessments of other countries where they trade and experience of global logistics environment. Feedback from operators is supplemented with quantitative data on the performance of key components of the logistics chain in the Country of work Germany topped the list.
Better performance in logistics will not only boost Programmes, such as Make in India, by enabling India to become part of the global supply chain, it can also help increase trade. In 2015-16, India's foreign trade shrank by around 15%. * The Logistics Performance Index analyses countries across six components: efficiency of customs and border management clearance, quality of trade and transport infrastructure, ease of arranging competitively priced shipments, competence and quality of logistics services, ability to track and trace consignments, and the frequency with which shipments reach consignees within scheduled or expected delivery times. It is computed from the survey responses of about 1,051 logistics industry professionals Programmes, such as Make in India, and improvements in infrastructure have helped India improve its logistical performance.
Human Development Index (HDI): United Nation Development Programme The HDI was created to emphasize that people and their capabilities should be the ultimate criteria for assessing the development of a country,not economic growth alone.The HDI can also be used to question national policy choices, asking how two countries with the same level of GNI per capita can end up with different human developmentoutcomes.These contrasts can stimulate debate about government policy priorities. The Human Development Index (HDI) is a summary measure of average achievement in key dimensions of human developmenta long and healthy life, being knowledgeable and have a decent standard of living.The HDI is the geometric mean of normalized indices for each of the three dimensions The health dimension is assessed by life expectancy at birth, the education dimension is measured by mean of years of schooling for adults aged 25 years and more and expected years of schooling for children of school entering age. The standard of living dimension is measured by gross national income per capita.The HDI uses the logarithm of income, to reflect the diminishing importance of income with increasing GNI.The scores for the three HDI dimension indices are then aggregated into a composite index using geometric mean.
The annual Human Development Report, commissioned by UNDP, focuses the global debate on key development issues, providing new measurement tools, innovative analysis and often controversial policy proposals. The global Report's analytical framework and inclusive approach carry over into regional, national and local Human Development Reports, also supported by UNDP UNDP focuses on helping countries build and share solutions in three main areas: v Sustainable development v Democratic governance and peacebuilding Climate and disaster resilience In all our activities, we encourage the protection of human rights and the empowerment of women, minorities and the poorest and most vulnerable.
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Global Human Capital Index: World Economic Forum The list compiled by Geneva-based World Economic Forum (WEF) takes into account"the knowledge and skills people possess that enable them to create value in the global economic system" to measure the 'human capital' rank of a country India was ranked 105th on this list last year, while Finland was on the top which has pushed by Norway to second place this year. The WEF said India is ranked lower than its BRICS peers, with Russian Federation placed as high as 16th place, followed by China at 34th, Brazil at 77th and South Africa at 87th place. Among the South Asian countries also, India was ranked lower than Sri Lanka and Nepal, although higher than neighbouring Bangladesh and Pakistan.
Released by WORLD FORUM . Moves to 108th place, behind neighbours China and Bangladesh, primarily due to less participation of women in the economy and low wages. India slipped 2l places on the World Economic Forum's (WEF) Global Gender Gap index to 108, behind neighbours China and Bangladesh, primarily due to less participation of women in the economy and low wages. . Others in the top 10 include Norway (2nd), Finland (3rd), Rwanda (4) and Sweden (5), Nicaragua (6) and Slovenia (7), Ireland (8), New Zealand (9) and the Philippines (10) . India's greatest challenges lie in the economic participation and opportunity pillar where the country is ranked 139 WEF said wel as weli as neatn and survival pila wnere the country's rar
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY INDEX: IPR POLICY U.S. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE'S GLOBAL INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY CENTER (GIPC). 2 7 1 INDIA'S POSITION 43 COUNTRIES SURVEYED- 45
The report said it includes 90% of global gross domestic product, and grades countries on patents, trademarks, copyright, trade secrets, enforcement, and international treaties. Only two countries were ranked below India Pakistan (44th) and Venezuela (45th). The U.S., the U.K., Germany, Japan, Sweden, France, Switzerland, Singapore, South Korea and Italy completed the top 10 ranks.Among the BRICS countries China was ranked 27th, South Africa (33rd), Brazil (32nd) and Russia (23rd). The report added, "While the Indian government issued the National Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Policy in 2016, IP-intensive industries continued to face challenges in the Indian market with regard to the scope of patentability for computer-implemented inventions, Section 3(d) of the Indian Patent Act (that prevents ever-greening of patents), and the recent High Court of Delhi decision regarding photocopying copyrighted content."
The report said its key findings included that a number of countries introduced new enforcement mechanisms and specialized IP courts to better combat counterfeiting and piracy. Besides, free trade agreements signed in 2016 helped raise the bar for protection of life sciences IP copyrighted content online, and enforcement against IP theft, it said. . "Various governments undertook a review of their IP laws, recognizing that IP laws must keep pace with the emerging challenges IP owners face. Economies leveraged international partnerships through Patent Prosecution Highways," it said, adding that despite these positive developments, some countries took steps to restrict IP rights in 2016.Also, countries introduced new requirements for local production, procurement, and manufacturing . The report further said, " A number of governments attempted to limit the scope of patentability via both judicial decisions and legislation. Both individual governments and representatives of the multilateral institutions encouraged public officials to utilize compulsory licenses and expand exceptions and limitations in the name of increasing access."
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