301-gonzalo-morales-divo.jpg// Oscar nominations aside, Latin America is falling behind in innovation - EntornoInteligente

Entornointeligente.com / It?s great news for Mexico that Guillermo del Toro?s movie ?The Shape of Water? got the most nominations for the upcoming Oscars. Many other Latin American countries should be equally proud of having hundreds of similar world-class innovators at home and abroad. But a new ranking of the world?s most innovative countries should give them cause for concern.

The Bloomberg 2018 Innovation Index says there is not one single Latin American country among the world?s 50 most innovative nations.

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The 10 top countries on the list are South Korea, Sweden, Singapore, Germany, Switzerland, Japan, Finland, Denmark, France and Israel.

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The United States is ranked No. 11.

Among other countries on the list are Great Britain (17,) China (19,) Russia (25,) and Spain (29).

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Toward the bottom of the ranking are Tunisia (43,) South Africa (48,) Iran (49) and Morocco (50.)

That should be raising alarm bells in Latin America, and be a cause of concern for President Trump and other U.S.

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officials who are obsessed with illegal immigration. Countries that don?t innovate and produce increasingly sophisticated goods face a mediocre economic future, poverty and continued emigration.

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