2009 KOF Index of Globalization

The region is ranked between positions 42 and 95 in the global list, with Panama placing the best.

Friday, February 6, 2009


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The 2009 KOF Index of Globalization is produced by the KOF Economic Institute from Switzerland and measures the economic, social and political dimensions of globalization.

In Central America, Panama lead (ranked 42), followed by Costa Rica (53), El Salvador (55), Honduras (67), Dominican Republic (68), Guatemala (86) and Nicaragua(95).

In Latin America, Chile ranked the highest at position 37.

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