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Revealed: The world's happiest, safest and richest countries
by Oliver Smith, Digital Travel Editor
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4 November 2016
On 4 November 2016 The Telegraph reported:
The Global Prosperity Index, published each year by the London-based Legatum Institute, ranks 149 of the world's nations according to nine key sub-indices -- but with a whopping 104 different 'variables'. The usual suspects -- GDP, security and quality of healthcare and education -- are all accounted for, but there are more intriguing considerations too. It all adds up to a remarkably thorough pecking order of the world's happiest, safest, most free and prosperous countries. And the results for 2016 are in.
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