Effectiveness of anti-monopoly policy

scale 1-7, 2007–2016

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    2007 Ranking
    1. Germany 6.12
    2. Finland 6.05
    3. Netherlands 5.99
    4. Denmark 5.94
    5. Australia 5.92
    6. Sweden 5.82
    7. United Kingdom 5.82
    8. Austria 5.75
    9. France 5.69
    10. Norway 5.67
    11. New Zealand 5.63
    12. Puerto Rico 5.60
    13. Belgium 5.52
    14. United States 5.50
    15. Canada 5.46
    16. Israel 5.43
    17. Japan 5.40
    18. South Africa 5.39
    19. South Korea 5.35
    20. Iceland 5.33
    21. Luxembourg 5.33
    22. Switzerland 5.32
    23. Ireland 5.19
    24. Chile 5.15
    25. Indonesia 5.15
    26. Singapore 5.08
    27. Portugal 5.01
    28. Tunisia 5.00
    29. India 4.98
    30. Malaysia 4.91
    31. Estonia 4.87
    32. Cyprus 4.84
    33. Turkey 4.64
    34. Czech Republic 4.64
    35. Spain 4.62
    36. Hong Kong 4.61
    37. Slovakia 4.57
    38. Hungary 4.53
    39. Greece 4.43
    40. Jordan 4.42
    41. Slovenia 4.39
    42. Lithuania 4.35
    43. Sri Lanka 4.29
    44. Barbados 4.29
    45. Malta 4.28
    46. Brazil 4.27
    47. Italy 4.16
    48. Qatar 4.16
    49. Morocco 4.13
    50. United Arab Emirates 4.10
    51. Panama 4.06
    52. Bahrain 4.06
    53. Thailand 4.05
    54. Poland 3.96
    55. Latvia 3.95
    56. Saudi Arabia 3.95
    57. Costa Rica 3.94
    58. Colombia 3.93
    59. Kenya 3.91
    60. Jamaica 3.89
    61. Tanzania 3.81
    62. Kuwait 3.80
    63. Peru 3.78
    64. Pakistan 3.77
    65. Benin 3.74
    66. Algeria 3.73
    67. Croatia 3.73
    68. Romania 3.73
    69. Burkina Faso 3.69
    70. Nigeria 3.69
    71. China 3.69
    72. Gambia 3.68
    73. Oman 3.68
    74. Syria 3.67
    75. Mexico 3.62
    76. Philippines 3.58
    77. Venezuela 3.57
    78. Egypt 3.51
    79. Kazakhstan 3.51
    80. El Salvador 3.48
    81. Mali 3.47
    82. Honduras 3.42
    83. Mauritania 3.41
    84. Zimbabwe 3.37
    85. Tajikistan 3.35
    86. Libya 3.35
    87. Argentina 3.34
    88. Cameroon 3.33
    89. Uganda 3.33
    90. Namibia 3.32
    91. Mauritius 3.32
    92. Georgia 3.30
    93. Madagascar 3.29
    94. Guatemala 3.29
    95. Bulgaria 3.25
    96. Ukraine 3.19
    97. Zambia 3.17
    98. Vietnam 3.16
    99. Senegal 3.15
    100. Ethiopia 3.13
    101. Trinidad and Tobago 3.11
    102. Montenegro 3.10
    103. Russia 3.07
    104. Macedonia (F.Y.R.O.M.) 3.07
    105. Uruguay 3.06
    106. Nepal 3.06
    107. Botswana 3.06
    108. Guyana 3.02
    109. Cambodia 3.02
    110. Mongolia 2.98
    111. Mozambique 2.96
    112. Azerbaijan 2.93
    113. Burundi 2.91
    114. Dominican Republic 2.89
    115. Bolivia 2.88
    116. Nicaragua 2.85
    117. Albania 2.83
    118. Chad 2.83
    119. Bangladesh 2.82
    120. Lesotho 2.79
    121. Bosnia and Herzegovina 2.76
    122. Kyrgyzstan 2.75
    123. Paraguay 2.74
    124. Serbia 2.70
    125. Ecuador 2.62
    126. Timor Leste 2.61
    127. Armenia 2.52
    2016 Ranking
    1. Sweden 5.63
    2. New Zealand 5.54
    3. Finland 5.50
    4. Singapore 5.48
    5. Japan 5.47
    6. Netherlands 5.46
    7. South Africa 5.38
    8. United States 5.30
    9. Norway 5.24
    10. United Kingdom 5.20
    11. Denmark 5.14
    12. Luxembourg 5.14
    13. Switzerland 5.10
    14. Belgium 5.08
    15. Qatar 5.04
    16. Germany 5.02
    17. Ireland 5.00
    18. France 4.99
    19. United Arab Emirates 4.91
    20. Austria 4.83
    21. Canada 4.70
    22. Malaysia 4.68
    23. Estonia 4.67
    24. Bahrain 4.59
    25. Rwanda 4.48
    26. Hong Kong 4.42
    27. South Korea 4.38
    28. China 4.31
    29. Iceland 4.31
    30. India 4.28
    31. Saudi Arabia 4.26
    32. Jordan 4.24
    33. Australia 4.23
    34. Israel 4.16
    35. Chile 4.13
    36. Mauritius 4.13
    37. Spain 4.12
    38. Gambia 4.12
    39. Malta 4.10
    40. Turkey 4.09
    41. Czech Republic 4.04
    42. Panama 4.04
    43. Cyprus 3.97
    44. Iran 3.95
    45. Jamaica 3.94
    46. Poland 3.94
    47. Namibia 3.91
    48. Macedonia (F.Y.R.O.M.) 3.90
    49. Slovenia 3.87
    50. Indonesia 3.85
    51. Sri Lanka 3.82
    52. Lithuania 3.82
    53. Cambodia 3.80
    54. Portugal 3.78
    55. Italy 3.78
    56. Ethiopia 3.77
    57. Mexico 3.75
    58. Hungary 3.75
    59. Tanzania 3.73
    60. Oman 3.73
    61. Thailand 3.72
    62. Botswana 3.71
    63. Latvia 3.71
    64. Costa Rica 3.71
    65. Mali 3.70
    66. Barbados 3.69
    67. Bhutan 3.68
    68. Colombia 3.68
    69. Tajikistan 3.67
    70. Kenya 3.66
    71. Azerbaijan 3.63
    72. Brazil 3.63
    73. Bulgaria 3.62
    74. Peru 3.61
    75. Ivory Coast 3.61
    76. Armenia 3.59
    77. Egypt 3.58
    78. Laos 3.57
    79. Liberia 3.56
    80. Senegal 3.54
    81. Russia 3.53
    82. Kazakhstan 3.51
    83. Morocco 3.49
    84. Montenegro 3.49
    85. Slovakia 3.47
    86. Honduras 3.47
    87. Cape Verde 3.46
    88. Vietnam 3.45
    89. Cameroon 3.44
    90. Ghana 3.42
    91. Zimbabwe 3.42
    92. Congo (Kinshasa) 3.39
    93. Ecuador 3.38
    94. Tunisia 3.38
    95. Pakistan 3.37
    96. Greece 3.37
    97. Croatia 3.35
    98. Zambia 3.34
    99. Uruguay 3.34
    100. Romania 3.33
    101. Lesotho 3.29
    102. Gabon 3.29
    103. Brunei 3.27
    104. Bosnia and Herzegovina 3.26
    105. Philippines 3.23
    106. Kyrgyzstan 3.19
    107. Uganda 3.18
    108. Burundi 3.18
    109. Guatemala 3.17
    110. Malawi 3.15
    111. Albania 3.14
    112. Algeria 3.11
    113. Georgia 3.09
    114. Kuwait 3.06
    115. Bolivia 3.04
    116. Lebanon 3.03
    117. Serbia 3.00
    118. Trinidad and Tobago 3.00
    119. Bangladesh 3.00
    120. Nicaragua 3.00
    121. Nepal 2.98
    122. El Salvador 2.95
    123. Nigeria 2.85
    124. Paraguay 2.84
    125. Argentina 2.78
    126. Benin 2.75
    127. Mozambique 2.72
    128. Mongolia 2.68
    129. Yemen 2.65
    130. Sierra Leone 2.61
    131. Dominican Republic 2.61
    132. Madagascar 2.58
    133. Moldova 2.52
    134. Chad 2.52
    135. Ukraine 2.51
    136. Mauritania 2.41
    137. Venezuela 2.39

    This index represents the average score from 1-7 given by a large sample group in a particular country in response to the following question: “To what extent does anti-monopoly policy promote competition?” (1 = does not promote competition, 7 = effectively promotes competition).

    Source: World Economic Forum