In the second of a series of reports exploring how nations can unlock growth, we take a look at how economies have grown using location data and how countries have used digital deeds to unlock credit for citizens and businesses.
It is estimated that land accounts for 75% of the world’s total GDP, but only 25-30% of land is registered. How can countries unlock this hidden reserve and start to generate revenue for their nation, expand access to credit, attract foreign direct investments?
This report explores examples from around the world of where nations have succeeded in delivering economic development. This includes land rights in India, and geospatial infrastructure transformation in Canada, Australia and Malaysia.