A US-based data and insights company has ranked Pakistan below India, Bangladesh, and Nigeria in the list of ‘world’s most reputable countries.’
A recently released data-driven study by Reputation Institute has compiled a list comprising of 54 countries, and placed Pakistan second-last in the list, at 53rd spot, just one above Iran (the last) and one beneath Saudi Arabia (third last).
The rankings are based on the countries’ tourism, economy, people’s behavior, exports, and investments. According to the list, Russia is at 51st among the most reputable countries in the world, one place below Nigeria.
Turkey, with a $30 billion tourism industry, is in 44th place, while China, with one of the fastest-growing economies in the world, is at 45. However, India, declared as the most dangerous country for women, is ranked in the 37th position.
The World’s Most Reputable Countries 2019:
— World Index (@theworldindex) December 11, 2019
This is how the chief operating officer at the Reputation Institute, explains their listing:
Reputation determines whether people support a country through their behaviors. A good reputation means more exports, more investments, and more people coming to visit.
While South Korea is on the 31st and Indonesia on 33rd, the United States is ranked beneath them at the 36th spot.
The detailed report appeared on the Forbes magazine, which can be read here.