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In addition to leading the world in per capita GDP, Luxembourg maintained its consistently high IPRI score in 2012. Judicial Independence increased forthe fifth consecutive year, but a marginal decline in Rule of Law meant LP increased 0.1 points. PPR fell thanks to a 0.5 fall in Access to Loans. Protection of Physical Property saw a slight increase. IPR saw no change this year. Copyright piracy improved by 0.1 points to match a 0.1 decrease in Protection of Intellectual Property.
|Category||Score||Global Rank||Regional Rank (WE)|
|Legal and Political Environment||5.8||46 of 130||14 of 19|
|Rule of Law||8.6|
|Control of Corruption||9.1|
|Physical Property Rights||6.3||53 of 130||13 of 19|
|Protection of Physical Property Rights||9|
|Access to Loans||6.3|
|Intellectual Property Rights||5.9||44 of 130||16 of 19|
|Protection of Intellectual Property Rights||8.5|