Survival of the fittest was once a biological concept, where one animal out-smart the other in order to feed on the most sought-after preys, it later became a business idea as one company employs all the mercenary they can to out-sell, out-market, and out-profit others. Today, it is survival of the fittest country.
Many countries have been relegated to the background because they can no longer compete base on cost, size, quality and speed; and like the old economic term comparative cost advantage, it is imperative that individual countries know where they are strongest and do their best to use this means to market their Nation to the World.
World Economic Forum, in their WEF_GlobalCompetitivenessReport_2011 – 2012 give detail facts showing each country area of Global competitive advantage. I have gone a step further focusing on Nigeria and showing where Nigeria stands compared to the rest of the world and how we can improve on where we are, leverage on our strength in order to join the growing economies of the World.