Georgia 42nd in economic freedom
By Messenger Staff
Friday, January 4Economic Freedom in the world 2012 carried out by the Fraser Institute shows the results of the survey of 144 countries. From the 27th position of the last year Georgia has fallen down to the 42nd position. The Fraser Institute based these results on different data: these are expenditures of the government, protection of private property, level of justice, healthy fiscal policy, employment, credits, business regulations and others. The leading country in the rating is Hong-Kong followed by Singapore, New Zealand, Switzerland, Australia, and Canada.