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Offline thaiga

Thailand comes 93rd place in UN’s survey of world’s most liveable countries

 The United Nations this week released the 2015 rankings of most livable countries  based on their status of basic human development achievements with Thailand falling to the 93rd from 89th in previous ranking.

Thailand valued 0.726 for human development index or HDI in the report released by United Nations Development Programme(UNDP).

Coming on top of the ranking was Norway with HDI of 0.94, and Niger at the bottom of 0.348.

The 0.94 HDI score made Norway one of the best countries to live in among 188 countries surveyed.

Human Development Index top 20

1. Norway

2. Australia

3. Switzerland

4. Denmark

5. Netherlands

6. Germany

7. Ireland

8. United States

9. Canada

10. New Zealand

11. Singapore

12. Hong Kong, China (SAR)

13. Liechtenstein

14. Sweden

15. United Kingdom

16. Iceland

17. South Korea

18. Israel

19. Luxembourg

20. Japan

full article: englishnews.thaipbs.or.th
Anyone who goes to a psychiatrist should have his head examined.
 

Offline audi

There must be a definitive reason why the UK is so far adrift of Ireland, Netherlands and Germany etc. etc.
 

 



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