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We're No. 3: U.S. Infrastructure, Education Faulted In Global Competitiveness Index

The last time the U.S. ranked No. 1 in a key economic index was 2008. Key issues cited in the 2016 report: America's problems with its infrastructure, health and primary education systems.
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