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Question of the Day (08-Feb-19)

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Tax incentives, good infrastructure, clean politics and efficient bureaucracy are all known to improve the competitiveness of a nation to attract global investments or emerge as places to do business in. So does the quality of human talent. However, the correlation between gender equality and competitiveness of the nations is very strong despite all other factors that contribute to make a country an attractive business destination. As many as 13 of the top 25 nations that have narrowed the gender gap are also among the top 25 countries listed as most competitive by the World Economic Forum.

Which of the following casts the most serious doubt on the above argument?
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 1)Women account for half the world’s population — and half of the world’s potential talent base.
 2)Nordic nations with the narrowest gender gap top the World Economic Forum’s most competitive nation’s list.
 3)West Asian countries with huge gender gaps are also in the top 25 on the World Economic Forum’s most competitive nations list.
 4)None of the 13 of the top 25 nations has yet achieved gender equity.
 5)Most of the 13 of the top 25 nations are the Nordic countries — Iceland, Norway, Finland, Sweden and Denmark – that have closed 60 to 80% of the gender gap.

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