With a score of 3.40, China climbs three places to finish 15th amongst the resource and efficiency-driven economies on the Connectivity Scorecard 2013. The rise in the ranking suggests that the use of new metrics in the Connectivity Scorecard this year had the effect of creating significantly more inequality in the scores between countries. In particular, this was true of the “business usage” component where certain countries were very well ahead of the rest of the pack on some of the indicators.
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