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New Global Index defines what makes digital economies more trusted and resilient

12/07/2020   •   Customer news
New Global Index defines what makes digital economies more trusted and resilient
Mastercard has unveiled its third global Digital Intelligence Index survey conducted with the prestigious Faculty of International Policy, Fletcher, at Tufts University. The index provides an overview of the progress of 90 countries in strengthening the digital economy, and the research covered the period of the global pandemic.

Even in the midst of global closure, the most dynamic digital economies such as the United States, South Korea, Taiwan, the UAE, and Germany significantly outperformed the OECD growth rate in Q2 2020.
The Czech Republic, Lithuania and Cyprus, together with these countries, are in the group of so-called outstanding economies, i.e. those that show great acceleration in development.
China, India, Indonesia, Poland and Russia are rated as fast-growing economies that are also very attractive to investors due to acceleration and significant room for growth. 
Sweden, the Netherlands and Denmark have a mature approach to public sector digitalisation and are working on policies to strengthen digital governance and a secure environment, while e-government is most advanced in the US, Hong Kong, Taiwan, South Korea and Singapore. 

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