Brunei Darussalam is ranked seventh in ASEAN, 12th in Asia-Pacific and 105th globally in the latest edition of the Global Sustainable Competitiveness Index (GSCI) by Swiss-Korean think tank and management consultancy SolAbility.
With a score of 40.5 out of 100, the Sultanate is below the global average sustainable competitiveness score of 43.1.
Brunei is ranked at 63rd place globally in governance performance index with a score of 55.5, 77th place in intellectual capital index with a score of 38.9, 80th place in social capital index (46.2), 95th place with the score of 39.7 in natural capital index, 139th place in economics sustainability (36.8) and 153rd place in resource efficiency index (38.1).
Topping the chart of GSCI is Sweden with the score of 60.7, followed by Finland with 59.3 and Switzerland with 58.3.
For ASEAN member states, Singapore ranked highest at 40th place (48.5) followed by Timor Leste at 56th place and Indonesia at 57th place with both scoring 45.7.