From the 2020 Global Markets Complexity Index — Developed in Association with the Wall Street Journal
The GMCI was created using a machine learning clustering algorithm to group together countries with similar complexity profiles. The interactive world map and 3D plot chart explore 100 countries across 8 unique groups based on their market, operational, and regulatory complexity.
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The Wall Street Journal describes the GMCI as a "...new index [that] helps identify which countries have similar operating environments so investors—both corporate and financial—can make more-informed decisions on which countries they will be comfortable or capable of operating in.” Quartz frames the GMCI as a new tool to tackle complexity and CFO Magazine and CEOWorld Magazine also featured articles exploring the GMCI's impact.
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