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The aim of this study is to set forth the relationship of economic and social factors with logistics performance of countries’, which is very important for their competitiveness. To achieve this, researchers had correlated the logistics performances of twenty six OECD countries with a variety of economic and social indicators and interpreted the results. Analysis of results shows that, contrary to expectations, social indicators are more related with logistics performance than economic ones. The article discussed findings and reasons for them.