India (along with countries like Kenya and China) has improved its position in the World Bank’s latest Logistics Performance Index. India is the top performer amongst the ‘Lower Middle Income’ (LMI) group.
The latest edition of the Logistics Performance Index, which is a part of the bi-annual report, Connecting to Compete 2016: Trade Logistics in the Global Economy, ranks 160 countries on their trade logistics performance. For the third time, Germany is the top performer. Syria ranked lowest.
The report, which is based on survey data from more than 1,200 logistics professionals, ranks countries on a number of dimensions of supply chain performance, including infrastructure, quality of service, shipment reliability, and border clearance efficiency.
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