The Antioquia Department, for the sixth consecutive year, was the second of the list of 278 Competitiveness Index Indices (IDC) 278 calculated by the first Competitiveness Council (CPC) and Rosario University. The region obtained a score of 6.78 points from 10, a little lower than the previous year (6.80).
Although the overall score was reduced, the region increased its position in 10 pillars measured by IDC: infrastructure was ranked from 2017 in 4, 2018 in 3, and in environmental sustainability, from 19 to 15 (see parents).
For that, Juan Carlos Guataqui, Professor of Economics at the University of Rosario points out that the investments made in the main roads of the Paisa region of the Paisa region have been affected by the infrastructure pillar.
The figures of the Government of Antioquia are sensible because they circulate the 1,163 kilometer section of 1,163 kilometers of 2018, which is called the third called town of the town.
Regarding the environmental sustainability pillar, Guataqui's situation is more complex: "Public environmental protection policies are not the same in Antioquia or the Medellin rural areas, as well as the environmental productivity of capital capitals, in general, due to the productivity of work productivity."
The data provided by the Ministry of Health of Medellin shows that only in March of this year, the air quality was significantly reduced during one month, with a reference to respiratory illnesses up 20%.
At this point, Mitxining authorities set alarms to mitigate the effects of pollution, this year, measures to measure carbon dioxide emissions and environmental plaques have been applied, from October to August, cleaner diesel to reduce respiratory illnesses.
"This is very important, as it has a direct impact on production development in areas such as Valle de Aburrá and Medellín, which have had the most impact on air pollution," he added. Raúl Ávila, Professor of Economics at the National University.
Only one lost job was the basic and secondary school column, from the seventh position in 2017 to 19.
However, this situation is not new, since this section has lost 13 positions, CPC began its analysis six years ago, starting today as of today's position.
This will appear, depending on Rosario Córdoba, CPC President, low performance in basic and secondary school exclusion variables, quality and knowledge punctuation testing of official school teachers.
On the other hand, institutions (3), higher education and selection (3), market size (2), market efficiency (2), sophistication and diversification (3), innovation and business dynamics (2) and health (3) he stayed
Bogota achieved the first position in the sixth consecutive year, with a score of 8.24 points, a 1.44 point drop in the year 2017. Then, Antioquia (6.78 points), Caldas (6.16) Santander (5.97) and Risaralda (5.89).
This year, the four divisions advanced against the 2017 result: the fourth from the fourth to the Caldas, Quindio, from 14 to 10; Cauca, from 17 to 16; and Magdalena, from 18 to 17.
On the other hand, Santander went to a position and returned to fourth place. On the other hand, Casanare, Norte de Santander and Huila returned to two positions and placed them at 12, 14 and 18, respectively.
On the other hand, Risaralda, Valle del Cauca (6), Cundinamarca (7), Atlántico (3), Boyacá (14), Bolívar (9) Meta (10), Tolima (20), Nariño (16) Cesar (18), Córdoba 19), Sucre (22), Arauca (21), Caquetá (24), Putumayo (25), LaGuajira (26) and Chocó (27), have not submitted any changes in 2018 ID 2018.
Rector of the University of Rosario, Alejandro CheyneFor example, he stressed the importance of the measures to find out how the regions are, but what they need to do to work.