Australia 3rd In Economic Freedom25 November 2014 by News Desk
Australia’s strong ranking on a global economic index shows the country is punching above its weight.
The US-based Heritage Foundation’s index of economic freedom shows Australia ranks third in the world after Singapore (2) and Hong Kong (1), and ahead of New Zealand and Switzerland. Australia’s overall score was 83.1 index points, up 0.6 points since 2011, reflecting better scores in trade freedom, government spending and fiscal freedom. The US was ranked tenth.
The index, which is prepared in partnership with The Wall Street Journal, has been published each ear since 1995. It measures the economic success of 184 countries around the world against 10 benchmarks, including property rights and entrepreneurship.
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