By: Tang Pei-chun and Chiang Yi-ching
Brussels, Nov. 18 (CNA) Taiwan jumped seven spots in the annual World Talent Ranking for 2019 compiled by the Swiss-based International Institute for Management Development (IMD), moving from 27th to 20th, the country's highest ranking since 2013.
Published Monday, the report assesses the ability of 63 economies to develop, attract and retain talent for enterprises operating in those economies.
In Asia, Taiwan ranked only behind Singapore (10th) and Hong Kong (15th), and was ahead of Malaysia (22nd), South Korea (33rd) and Japan (35th).
Worldwide, Switzerland, Denmark, and Sweden remained the top three performers this year, followed by Austria and Luxembourg, according to the report. [FULL STORY]