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1.2: Sustainable Competitiveness Appendix A: Structure of the Sustainable Competitiveness Index (cont’d.) Financial market development Business sophistication A. Efficiency G11.01 Local supplier quantity G8.01 Availability of financial services G11.02 Local supplier quality G8.02 Affordability of financial services G11.03 State of cluster development G8.03 Financing through local equity market G11.04 Nature of competitive advantage G8.04 Ease of access to loans G11.05 Value chain breadth G8.05 Venture capital availability G11.06 Control of international distribution G8.06 Restriction on capital flows G11.07 Production process sophistication G11.08 Extent of marketing A. Trustworthiness and confidence G11.09 Willingness to delegate authority G8.07 Soundness of banks G7.07 Reliance on professional management ½ G8.08 Regulation of securities exchanges G8.09 Legal rights index * Innovation G12.01 Capacity for innovation Market size G12.02 Quality of scientific research institutions A. Domestic market size G12.03 Company spending on R&D G10.01 Domestic market size index * h G12.04 University-industry collaboration in R&D B. Foreign market size G12.05 Government procurement of advanced technology G10.02 Foreign market size index * i products G12.06 Availability of scientists and engineers G12.07 Utility patents * Goods market efficiency G1.02 Intellectual property protection ½ A. Competitione 1. Domestic competitione G6.01 Intensity of local competition G6.02 Extent of market dominance POLICY ENVIRONMENT AND ENABLING CONDITIONS70 G6.03 Effectiveness of anti-monopoly policy G6.04 Extent and effect of taxation Institutions