Pakistan ranks 62 in the world in the 2008 IT industry competitiveness. Most neighbouring South Asian countries were ranked more favourably said the findings of a new study issued by the Economist Intelligence Unit and sponsored by the Business Software Alliance (BSA). The study, now in its second year, assesses and compares the information technology (IT) industry environments of 66 countries to determine the extent to which they enable IT sector competitiveness. Although the top 20 economies remain the same from one year ago, nine countries moved up and 11 went down in the rankings.
Pakistan ranks 62nd in global IT competitiveness