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Lebanon saw a remarkable decline from 30th place to 52nd in terms of health and primary education in the Global Competitiveness Report 2016, according to the Bader Young Entrepreneurs Program and the World Economic Forum.Overall, Lebanon ranked 101st out of 138 countries included in the WEF's Global Competitiveness Report for this year, which was released Wednesday. The Bader Young Entrepreneurs Program, in charge of listing Lebanon in this report for the seventh consecutive year, drafted the report in collaboration with the World Economic Forum and in partnership with InfoPro.The report noted that Lebanon moved up to the 52nd place in innovation and sophistication factors, while claiming 50th place in terms of business sophistication and coming in 58th in terms of innovation.
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