32479Re: Human development
- Nov 2, 2011I had to check the source, and it appears Greece comes out with
0.861 , once again creating the appearance of poorer countries having to subsidize their better off neighbors.
--- In Slovak-World@yahoogroups.com, "votrubam" <votrubam@...> wrote:
> The United Nations released its annual Human Development Report, it rated 187 countries. The report places Slovakia and the U.S. in the top "Very High Human Development" group of nations of the world with the respective indices of 0.834 and 0.910. Norway gets the highest rating.
> Here's Central Europe:
> 0.903 Switzerland
> 0.905 Germany
> 0.885 Austria
> 0.865 Czech R.
> 0.834 Slovakia
> 0.816 Hungary
> 0.813 Poland
> Among the factors the report considered were life expectancy, education, per-capital wealth, social services.
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