Over the last nine years, Peru has moved up 12 places in the annual study conducted by The Boston Consulting Group (BCG).
According to BCG
, Peru ranked 78th this year —up two places compared to 2017.
In 2009, Peru was placed 90th. It has now climbed up 12 spots to reach 78th position.
The 2018 analysis puts the Inca country above the average of countries with the ability to convert wealth into well-being.
When comparing its results with those from similar countries, Peru experienced improvement in dimensions such as income
, environment, but lags behind in infrastructure.
In 2018, the Andean nation showed better performance in economic stability and employment
than Chile and Argentina, although fell behind in equality
, governance, and civil society.
However, if we compare Peru's results obtained over the past years, the two abovementioned countries surpass it in said dimensions.