Georgia ranks 69th in terms of infrastructure competitiveness. According to the World Economic Forum indicators, Hong Kong ranks first with the world’s best infrastructure (6.7 point of 7.0 point). Georgia’s rating score is 4.2.
Top 10 countries in the rating are as follows:
Hong Kong – 6.7
Singapore – 6.5
Kingdom of the Netherlands – 6.4
Japan – 6.3
United Arab Emirates – 6.3
Switzerland – 6.3
France – 6.1
Republic of Korea – 6.1
The United State of America – 6.0
Germany – 6.0
As to Georgia’s neighboring countries, Russia ranks 35th, Azerbaijan is 51st, Turkey comes 53rd and Armenia is 80th.
THE WEF is based on several criteria to calculate the infrastructural ratings, including quality of infrastructure. In this subcriterion, Switzerland, Singapore and Hong-Kong occupy leading positions.
In terms of infrastructure Georgia ranks 76th worldwide with 3.9 point, Russia is 74th with 4.0 point, Armenia is 57th with 4.3 point, Turkey is 28th with 5.0 point and Azerbaijan is 26th with 5.0 point.
Georgia ranks 82nd in the subcriterion of quality of motor roads, 69th in terms of seaport infrastructure quality and 69th in terms of air transport infrastructure quality.