Nepal ranks 130 in Global Competitiveness

Nepal has ranked 130th out of 139 countries in Global Competitiveness Report 2010-2011 prepared by the World Economic Forum. Last year it was ranked 125th out of 130 countries ranked. The report was prepared on the basis of Adam Smith´s principle of labour distribution, physical capital and infrastructure of neo-capitalism, education and training, economic stability, good-governance, market management and other four principles. 

I think it is obvious why Nepal ranks so low given that good-governance is one of the key principles used to prepare the ranking.