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U.S. No Longer Tops List of Best IT Users.
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 3/11/2005 09:04:00 PM.

Singapore (#1) toppled the U.S.(#5) as the global leader in the use of information and communications technologies, an international economic group said Wednesday.

In its 2004-2005 Global Information Technology Report, the World Economic Forum said the U.S. fell to fifth place from No. 1 in the 2003-2004 report. Singapore, on the other hand, rose to the top spot, followed, in order, by Iceland(#2), Finland(#3) and Denmark(#4).

In addition, Hong Kong and Japan moved into the top-10 ranks, and larger emerging markets China and India moved up the ranks to 41st and 39th, respectively. The report ranks 104 countries.

In formulating the rankings, the World Economic Forum considers a nation's regulatory environment and legal framework for development of information and communications technologies, the level of networked readiness of the three main stakeholders in a nation's economy, individuals, businesses and governments; and the actual levels of usage of ICT by these three groups.

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