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Iraq ranks top ten in the Arab world in the most affluent countries

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Iraq ranks top ten in the Arab world in the most affluent countries

Post by RamblerNash on Sat Sep 22, 2018 10:54 am

Iraq ranks top ten in the Arab world in the most affluent countries



22-09-2018 12:56 PM

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Iraq ranked tenth in the list of the most prosperous countries in the Arab world according to the index of social progress issued by the organization "Social Progress Empiritiv" and the Harvard School of Business.

The UAE ranked first in the Arab world and 39th in the world, followed by Kuwait, which ranked 45th in the world, then Tunisia ranked 56th in the world, then Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Lebanon and Morocco.

The Social Progress Index, which includes some 133 countries around the world, is based on more than 50 items, all of which reflect the adequacy of basic needs of citizens.

The most important criteria of the indicator are: health status of citizens of the state, personal safety, access to information available to them, education, sanitation and sustainability, as well as per capita output, personal freedoms, choice and tolerance.

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