Volume II, Competitive Industrial Performance Report 2016 (Report)

Published on: Monday, 20 Nov 2017

The CIP Index, edition 2016 draws a picture of a global manufacturing sector recovering in strength in context of a macro environment that has been shaking by economic and political insecurity and reduced trust in the benefits of globalization. Across countries, changes in industrial competitiveness are indicative of new leaderships, potentials and pitfalls as the world sees a renewed role for manufacturing—particularly, manufacturing driven by the new innovation and technology race of Industry 4.0—as key to securing inclusive and sustainable development.

  • Volume I of this Report consists of three parts: Besides describing the composition of the CIP Index and the relevance of its indicators, Section 1 elaborates on the importance of industrial competitiveness to achieving ISID, and on its relationship to each of the six indicators of the Sustainable Development Goals monitored by UNIDO. The section also offers insights as how to use the Index when evaluating a country’s industrial competitive performance. Section 2 presents the results of the 2016 edition of the CIP Index by development stage, geographical region, and indicator.  Finally, Section 3 provides a detailed account of the methodology behind the Index, as well as classifications used throughout the Report and comprehensive tables presenting country-specific performances in the CIP Index, edition 2016.     


  • Volume II gives, for each of the countries included in the CIP Index, edition 2016, a graphical summary capturing their competitive industrial performance relative to their performance in previous years and compared to that of the rest of the world. A Reader’s Guide describes the elements of the country profiles in depth.


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