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CEOWorld ranks Cambodia 120 from 171 in its liveability index

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While Cambodia is still not one of the best countries for its citizens to live, the Kingdom can take comfort that the quality of life here is ranked as above that of many countries in the world. A study conducted by a leading business publication found that Cambodia provides a better life than many countries in Africa, South America and Central America.

 

The CEOWorld’s Best Countries for its Citizens to Live 2020 placed Cambodia in the 120th spot, surprisingly putting it above Uruguay and Colombia, two South American countries that are considered “developed”. Cambodia registered a total score of 65.19, with 100 as the highest score that a country can obtain. Under Stability, Cambodia obtained a score of 40.06, 70.16 for Satisfaction and 85.35 under Balance.

 

Uruguay and Colombia are ranked 126th and 159th, respectively. In fact, Colombia just became the 37th member of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), alongside such countries as South Korea, Japan, United States, Australia, New Zealand and most members of the European Union.

 

read more https://www.khmertimeskh.com/50725341/ceoworld-ranks-cambodia-120-from-171-on-its-liveability-index/

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Don't care about 'citizens', how does it rate for middle-class expats?

I'd probably rate it in the top 10!

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47 minutes ago, phantomfiddler said:

So where is Thailand in this rating ? An incredibly informative article NOT !

Among countries in Southeast Asia, Singapore leads the pack after being ranked 16th globally. It was followed by Thailand (59th), Indonesia (60th), Philippines (63rd), Malaysia (73rd), Vietnam (101st), Brunei (103rd), Myanmar (105th) and Laos (116th).

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6 hours ago, phantomfiddler said:

So where is Thailand in this rating ? An incredibly informative article NOT !

Probably because it's in the Cambodia news thread

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