Japan in 2015 was recognized as the most technologically advanced country in the world. There they develop absolutely all spheres of economy. Japanese pays most attention to the development of metallurgy, electronics, robotics, automotive and so on. And we must admit that the Japanese in all these areas have succeeded.
The United States can rightly be called a superpower, as it is engaged in providing military, space, and at the same time is investing huge sums in the development of the automotive industry, telecommunications and pharmaceuticals.
South Korea. This country, we must thank for not only well-known brands such as the Hundai, Samsung and LG, but also for the development of robotics and nanotechnology. In South Korea, it produced the majority of high-performance drugs, which helped mankind to get rid of the most terrible diseases.
Israel spends about 35% of their income on food technology sector. There is a good infrastructure to recharge the vehicles was developed. In addition, on account of Israel there are many other achievements. Consider just how much medicine developed in Israel.
Germany is developing the latest technology in robotics fields of astronautics and auto construction. Germany we owe for such brands as Audi, BMW, Volkswagen and Mercedes-Benz.
Canada each year carries out complex industrial research, develops technology for the study of space and biology. The Canadian Government allocates 1.8 GDP on research and development.
United Kingdom. This country mankind owes the development of motor, jet engine, locomotive, and even the Internet. Today, the UK is actively developing such industries as pharmaceuticals, aviation, automotive and others.
China. This is the state we owe so many achievements, it is impossible to list them all. Among the most important – Volvo brands, Lenovo, Huawei, Acer. We all know what heights reached by these companies.
Finland is known throughout the world for its high level of health. Today, the Finns are doing the greatest emphasis on the development of ecology, bio-energy, biology.
Singapore – is a great example of how a poor country can become a highly developed country with a high level of economy. In Singapore today, the fastest in the world of the Internet and the most convenient public transport system.