Indonesia scores 2.89 and finishes 20th amongst the resource and efficiency-driven¹ economies on the Connectivity Scorecard 2013.
Indonesia receives the lowest ranking in all of South East Asia, falling far behind Malaysia (5.89), Thailand (3.69) and Vietnam. The country trails Vietnam, which has a score of 3.69, by six places, indicating a sharp divide between the connectivity landscapes of both countries. Indonesia’s performance on the Connectivity Scorecard follows an expected pattern. The country does as well as predicted by its human development and GDP level.
¹ As defined by The World Economic Forum www.weforum.org
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