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Businesses need to know how the world is developing, so they can better respond to their customers and shareholders, according to a report.

Businesses in the US, UK, Germany and Canada were ranked as the best performing countries in terms of the index, which evaluates countries on economic performance and human development.

The US, the UK, France and Canada topped the rankings, while Italy was ranked 22nd and Japan was ranked 23rd.

The Human Development index is compiled by the World Economic Forum, which uses data from the World Bank, OECD and other sources.

Here’s a look at the best and worst countries in the world for business development.

Source Engadgets title The best jobs in the UK are in tourism and hospitality, according the World Health Organisation (WHO) article Tourism and hospitality are the fastest-growing sectors of the economy, according a report released this week by the WHO.

The report, which focuses on how the tourism sector contributes to economic growth, said the sector has been growing at around 4% a year since 2008.

“The rapid growth of the sector is an important contributor to global economic growth,” the report said.

The sector has a strong connection to healthcare, particularly in developing countries, with the NHS spending on tourism rising at almost three times the rate of GDP.

“Tourism and hospitality have been the fastest growing sectors of our economy in the past three years,” the WHO said.

“We are optimistic that the growing impact of tourism and the growing importance of the hospitality sector in our economies will lead to more investment and job creation.”

Here are some of the top 10 industries in the tourism and leisure sector in the United Kingdom: 1.

Tourism and tourism services 2.

Accommodation 3.

Services related to food and beverage 4.

Retail sales and trade 5.

Retail trade 6.

Transport and warehousing 7.

Tourism accommodation and dining 8.

Food and beverages 9.

Retail and wholesale trade 10.

Retail, wholesale and trade services

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