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Friday, November 8, 2013

Wallet Feeling Lighter? There is a Reason for That!

Prosperity Index
The United States is now less economically prosperous than China, Thailand, New Zealand and South Korea, ranking 24th overall in the world.
The ranking is part of the Prosperity Index, which is produced by the Legatum Institute, a think tank arm of the investment firm Legatum Group based in Dubai. The index measures 142 countries based on a number of criteria, including health, education and economic prosperity.
Norway ranked first for its economy, followed in the Top 5 by Switzerland, Singapore, Canada and Japan. China was ranked seventh. The US ranked in the Top 20 last year.


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