For the 19th consecutive year, Hong Kong was ranked first in the chart of the freest economies in the world. The second place is occupied by Singapore, followed by Australia and New Zealand. Switzerland was fifth place in the ranking made by the Heritage Foundation, CNN informs.
United States (the largest economy in the world) was ranked tenth, while China (second economy in the world) was ranked 136.
In this chart, Romania ranks 59, being considered a country with a moderate economic freedom.
The chart includes 177 stated and it was made based on the Economic Freedom Index.
The world’s freest democracies in 2013:
1. Hong Kong
4. New Zeeland
The countries at the end of the top:
172. Myanmar (Burma)
177. North Korea
The top of the countries with the freest economies in the world in 2013 . View how Romania was ranked
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