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Georgia’s an outsider in quality of life regard2010-08-18 11:00
Georgia failed to get in the 100 of best countries of the world, named by Newsweek, interpressnews.ge reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Newsweek conducted a special study, and defined 5 criteria: education, health, quality of life, economic dynamism, political environment.
The three best included Finland, Switzerland, and Sweden.
The short-list of 10 also includes: Australia, Luxemburg, Norway, Canada, the Netherlands, Japan, and Denmark.
The worst are considered: Burkina-Faso, Nigeria, Cameroon.
Newsweek called Japan the country with the best health care system; and it affects its citizens - the average lifespan amounts 82 years.
Singapore was called the most dynamic in regard of economy - though it's population amounts one half of New York's. Experts connect it with openness of the local economy, low taxes, and low level of corruption.