Iran's LPT climbs 32 steps in 2018: WB

TEHRAN, Aug. 04 (MNA) – In the latest report on Logistics Performance Index (LPI) published by World Bank, Iran has been ranked 64th among 163 countries with a score of 2.85.

This report is published once every two years under the title ‘connecting to compete'.

The Logistics Performance Index (LPI) of more than 160 countries has been evaluated on a one (worst score) to 5 (best score) scale, based on which, Germany was ranked first with a 4.2 LPI.

Iran's considerable LPI improvement is one of the noteworthy aspects of this report. According to the report, Islamic Republic of Iran is ranked 64th with a 2.85 LPI score.

This is while Iran's LPT in 2016 was ranked 96th with a 2.6 score. In 2012, the country was ranked 115th with a score of 2.49. 

According to the latest statistics of the World Bank, this improvement in Iran's performance has occurred in all indexes of the “Logistics Performance Index”.


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