Tagged: Brazil.

theeconomist:

Daily chart: world peace. This global peace index produced by The Institute for Economics and Peace, a think-tank, is composed of 23 indicators ranging from murder rates to weapons imports to conflicts being fought. It throws up some surprising results, such as that China was more “peaceful” than America in 2007.

Note that Brazil improved :]

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theeconomist:

Daily chart: internet economies. Britain’s internet economy is now bigger than its construction and education sectors. But Europe as a whole punches below its weight, mainly because its internet economy is held back by a lack of a single digital market.

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theeconomist:

Daily chart: how long leaders stay in office in different countries. Countries in the Middle East tend to hold on to their leaders longer than anywhere else (a little over eight years on average). Africa comes next at more than seven years.

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theeconomist:

Daily chart: which countries have the happiest people? The world is happier than before the financial crisis. The most cheeful citizens tend to live in poor and middle-income countries, while the gloomiest are in rich ones.

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theeconomist:

Daily chart: fastest growing nations. Global economic growth is originating almost exclusively from the emerging world, according to a new forecast from the International Monetary Fund.

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theeconomist:

Daily chart: which country’s workers have the most holiday? North Americans get less holiday than South Americans; Asians work harder than Europeans. Among the feckless workers from the old continent, those in the troubled economies of Greece, Spain and Portugal have among the most generous holiday allowances.

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Proud to see that Brazil have so many female graduates and post-graduates :]

theeconomist:

Which countries have the highest proportion of female graduates? In Estonia more than two-thirds of graduates are women. In Japan, by contrast, just over two-fifths of graduates belong to the fairer sex.

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