The World Economic Forum ranking in the 2012 year is led by Singapore, Hong Kong, Denmark, Sweden and New Zealand.
The World Economic Forum has presented an annual ranking of countries based on the organization of trade. Russia took the 112 place on the ranking cards, located between Kyrgyzstan and the Kingdom of Lesotho. In total, the rating presents 132 states.
Russia's positions in the ranking have not changed much since last year, when the country was located on the 114 line between Bangladesh and Cameroon. The authors of the study still note a high level of corruption in the country, difficulties with customs, crime and raiding as the main barriers to the development of trade.
Singapore leads the World Economic Forum in 2012, with Hong Kong, Denmark, Sweden and New Zealand taking the top five countries. France is marked as a state with the best infrastructure (13 place in the overall ranking), Germany took only the 20 line. According to the results of the year, China fell to the 56-th place, India - to the 100-th. It is reported by malls.ru.