Financial Times "The high skills competition"

16/07/2007

"Skills for the Future," a report by business services firm Accenture and the Lisbon Council, a think tank, points out that emerging economies, such as China and India, are no longer competing with the developed world on cost alone. Increasingly, they are able to challenge the developed world in highly-skilled and high value-added activity, too. If the UK is to maintain what has traditionally been a fertile source of competitive advantage, investment in skills and education will be key.

FT160707SkillsfortheFuture.pdf

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