rant Thornton has ranked the United States in 10th place among 50 national economies for growing businesses.

A new index dubbed the Grant Thornton Global Dynamism Index rated the U.S. and other countries using 22 different indicators of “dynamism,” defined as changes to the economy that have enabled recovery from the 2008-09 economic recession and are likely to lead to a fast rate of future growth. Key drivers include business operating environment, science and technology, labor and human capital, economics and growth and the financing environment.

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