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Bangladesh is at the lowest of Central and South Asia in merit index

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Bangladesh ranks 123rd out of 134 countries in the world in the merit index. In this year's Global Talent Competitiveness Index (GTCI), Bangladesh's position is the lowest among Central and South Asian countries.

The list is published by the French business school Inside and the nonprofit research firm Portulance Institute.

The list has been compiled by considering 7 factors - the ability to acquire talent, passion, development, retention, vocational, technical skills, and global knowledge.

Among the South Asian countries, India is 88th, Sri Lanka is 93rd, Pakistan is 107th, Nepal is 113th and Bangladesh is 123rd.

Of the 134 countries on this year's GTCI list, 47 are high-income, 36 are upper-middle-income, 36 are lower-middle-income and 14 are lower-income.

The list includes 9 countries in Central and South Asia, 15 countries in East and Southeast Asia and Oceania, 39 in Europe, 20 in Latin America and the Caribbean, 19 in North Africa and West Asia, 2 in North America, and 30 in Sub-Saharan Africa.

The top 10 countries in this year's GTCI list are Switzerland, Singapore, the United States, Denmark, Sweden, the Netherlands, Finland, Luxembourg, Norway, and Iceland.
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