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Thailand remains least miserable economy - Bloomberg

 

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BANGKOK, 21st May 2019 (NNT) - United States news agency Bloomberg has again ranked Thailand as the least miserable country on its World’s Most Miserable Economy index.

 

Bloomberg has released its index where Thailand remains the least miserable economy with a score of 2.1.

 

Other less miserable counties, which are those with the lowest scores on this index, are Switzerland, Japan, Taiwan, Malaysia, Czech Republic, Hong Kong, Israel,and South Korea. Meanwhile, the country with the most miserable economy goes to Venezuela.

 

Bloomberg’s World’s Most Miserable Economy index is calculated based on the inflation and unemployment rates. The index released this year is based on forecasts by economists, while the last year scores are based on actual data.

 

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I don't think economies have feelings but dam there is a lot of misery amoungst the people.. But i guess if people where cared for the economy would be miserable more so i guess...

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8 minutes ago, the guest said:

I tend to agree, Thailand and its people are mostly happy. Ignorance is bliss they say, and it's true. Rather that worrying about what's happening over the fence, why doesn't the west concentrate its efforts on sovereign matters. Thailand in most cases focuses on its own country, rather than being interested in others, good thing I say.

 

In the west, try finding some good news in the press, people are so brainwashed by the papers handing out negative news all-the-time it drives you crazy.

 

So sit back take a chill pill, and start being positive, like Thailand !

I agree 100%

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35 minutes ago, the guest said:

I tend to agree, Thailand and its people are mostly happy.

That was actually Finland this year. 

 

https://www.forbes.com/sites/duncanmadden/2019/03/28/ranked-the-10-happiest-countries-in-the-world-in-2019/#13cda05c48a5

https://worldhappiness.report/ed/2019/

 

Coming from there I doubt they added the extortionate income tax rates in their little calculations, though.

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