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Top countries by cpia policies for social inclusion of equity cluster average (1=low to 6=high)

In the list of the following table: according to the last update (1 year ago), Rwanda by cpia policies for social inclusion of equity cluster average (1=low to 6=high) ranked first with 4.20 , then Bhutan by cpia policies for social inclusion of equity cluster average (1=low to 6=high) came in the second place with 4 , then Cabo Verde by cpia policies for social inclusion of equity cluster average (1=low to 6=high) came in the third place with 3.90 , then Moldova by cpia policies for social inclusion of equity cluster average (1=low to 6=high) came in the third place with 3.90 , then Samoa by cpia policies for social inclusion of equity cluster average (1=low to 6=high) came in the third place with 3.90 , then Saint Lucia by cpia policies for social inclusion of equity cluster average (1=low to 6=high) came in the third place with 3.90 , then Ethiopia by cpia policies for social inclusion of equity cluster average (1=low to 6=high) came in the fourth place with 3.80 , then Grenada by cpia policies for social inclusion of equity cluster average (1=low to 6=high) came in the fourth place with 3.80 , then Kyrgyzstan by cpia policies for social inclusion of equity cluster average (1=low to 6=high) came in the fourth place with 3.80 , then Mongolia by cpia policies for social inclusion of equity cluster average (1=low to 6=high) came in the fourth place with 3.80 , then Uzbekistan by cpia policies for social inclusion of equity cluster average (1=low to 6=high) came in the fourth place with 3.80 , then Ghana by cpia policies for social inclusion of equity cluster average (1=low to 6=high) came in the Fifth place with 3.70 .then Kenya by cpia policies for social inclusion of equity cluster average (1=low to 6=high) came in the Fifth place with 3.70 .then Maldives by cpia policies for social inclusion of equity cluster average (1=low to 6=high) came in the Fifth place with 3.70 .then Nepal by cpia policies for social inclusion of equity cluster average (1=low to 6=high) came in the Fifth place with 3.70 .then Senegal by cpia policies for social inclusion of equity cluster average (1=low to 6=high) came in the Fifth place with 3.70 .then Sri Lanka by cpia policies for social inclusion of equity cluster average (1=low to 6=high) came in the Fifth place with 3.70 .then Saint Vincent and the Grenadines by cpia policies for social inclusion of equity cluster average (1=low to 6=high) came in the Fifth place with 3.70 .then Zimbabwe by cpia policies for social inclusion of equity cluster average (1=low to 6=high) came in the Fifth place with 3.70 .

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2 Burkina Faso 4
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1 Spain 50,069,999,616 SEK
2 Finland 12,145,999,872 SEK
3 Slovenia 2,884,000,000 SEK
4 Portugal -1,757,880,064 SEK
5 Greece -2,384,689,920 SEK
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1 Cabo Verde 4
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1 Germany 53,354,000,384 RON
2 France 50,046,001,152 RON
3 Spain 12,734,999,552 RON
4 Netherlands 5,990,000,128 RON
5 Finland 5,354,999,808 RON
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Top countries by v.iii.2 financial account, changes in assets, shares and other equity (nok)

1 Greece 7,210,440,192 NOK
2 Finland 728,000,000 NOK
3 Portugal -1,871,120,000 NOK
4 Slovenia -2,884,000,000 NOK
5 Spain -29,226,999,808 NOK
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Top countries by human health and social work activities (q), changes in inventories (skk)

1 Finland 31,040,999,424 SKK
2 Spain 16,293,000,192 SKK
3 Portugal 5,593,330,176 SKK
4 Slovenia 3,556,000,000 SKK
5 Greece 2,507,709,952 SKK
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Top countries by human health and social work activities (q), compensation of employees (uah)

1 Spain 2,945,999,872 UAH
2 Greece 814,710,016 UAH
3 Finland 260,000,000 UAH
4 Portugal 166,720,000 UAH
5 Slovenia -13,000,000 UAH
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Top countries by human health and social work activities (q), equals: value added gross at basic prices (byr)

1 Spain 1,836,000,000 BYR
2 Finland 270,000,000 BYR
3 Portugal 161,100,000 BYR
4 Greece 58,510,000 BYR
5 Slovenia 8,000,000 BYR
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1 Spain 33,481,000,960 PEN
2 Finland 21,279,000,576 PEN
3 Slovenia 603,000,000 PEN
4 Greece -44,130,000 PEN
5 Portugal -1,240,169,984 PEN
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1 Greece 20,000,000 MTL
2 Portugal 1,950,000 MTL
3 Slovenia 1,000,000 MTL
4 Finland -9,000,000 MTL
5 Spain -22,000,000 MTL
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1 Spain 80,826,998,784 AMD
2 Finland 54,142,001,152 AMD
3 Greece 28,696,299,520 AMD
4 Slovenia 5,443,999,744 AMD
5 Portugal 4,596,859,904 AMD
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1 Spain 11,292,999,680 PKR
2 Finland 6,386,999,808 PKR
3 Greece 3,059,440,128 PKR
4 Portugal 940,940,032 PKR
5 Slovenia 39,000,000 PKR
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1 Greece 29,615,900,672 MNT
2 Portugal 3,360,780,032 MNT
3 Spain 1,010,000,000 MNT
4 Slovenia -14,000,000 MNT
5 Finland -491,000,000 MNT
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1 Spain 51,641,999,360 NGN
2 Finland 5,993,999,872 NGN
3 Portugal 4,440,139,776 NGN
4 Greece 1,048,899,968 NGN
5 Slovenia -115,000,000 NGN
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1 Greece 26,853,900,288 PEN
2 Finland 17,233,999,872 PEN
3 Portugal 5,111,849,984 PEN
4 Slovenia 3,704,000,000 PEN
5 Spain -28,814,000,128 PEN
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1 Spain 3,422,000,128 MTL
2 Greece 1,840,979,968 MTL
3 Portugal 22,000,000 MTL
4 Slovenia 2,000,000 MTL
5 Finland -492,000,000 MTL
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1 Germany 1,369,000 UAH
2 France 928,000 UAH
3 Italy 642,800 UAH
4 Spain 519,825 UAH
5 Netherlands 318,000 UAH
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2 Italy 3,957,000 HNL
3 France 2,596,000 HNL
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3 Bangladesh 17,200,000 persons
4 Ethiopia 15,400,000 persons
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4 Spain 1,245,330,014,208 AMD
5 Netherlands 810,246,995,968 AMD
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1 Germany 740,339,023,872 HRK
2 France 585,974,022,144 HRK
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4 Spain 259,644,997,632 HRK
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3 Afghanistan 3.50
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5 Central African Republic 2.50
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1 Rwanda 4.50
2 Kenya 4
3 Benin 3.50
4 Bangladesh 3
5 Cambodia 2.50
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1 Cambodia 5
2 Benin 4.50
3 Bangladesh 4
4 Ivory Coast 3.50
5 Comoros 3
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Top countries by cpia efficiency of revenue mobilization rating (1=low to 6=high)

1 Samoa 4.50
2 Cabo Verde 4
3 Benin 3.50
4 Afghanistan 3
5 Bangladesh 2.50
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Top countries by cpia financial sector rating (1=low to 6=high)

1 Kosovo 4
2 Cabo Verde 3.50
3 Bhutan 3
4 Bangladesh 2.50
5 Afghanistan 2
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Top countries by cpia fiscal policy rating (1=low to 6=high)

1 Samoa 4.50
2 Benin 4
3 Bangladesh 3.50
4 Afghanistan 3
5 Comoros 2.50
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Top countries by cpia gender equality rating (1=low to 6=high)

1 Kyrgyzstan 4.50
2 Bhutan 4
3 Benin 3.50
4 Bangladesh 3
5 Central African Republic 2.50
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Top countries by cpia macroeconomic management rating (1=low to 6=high)

1 Bhutan 4.50
2 Benin 4
3 Afghanistan 3.50
4 Comoros 3
5 Burundi 2.50
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Top countries by cpia property rights and rule-based governance rating (1=low to 6=high)

1 Samoa 4.50
2 Bhutan 4
3 Benin 3.50
4 Burkina Faso 3
5 Bangladesh 2.50
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Top countries by cpia quality of budgetary and financial management rating (1=low to 6=high)

1 Bhutan 4
2 Afghanistan 3.50
3 Bangladesh 3
4 Burundi 2.50
5 Eritrea 2
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Top countries by cpia quality of public administration rating (1=low to 6=high)

1 Bhutan 4
2 Djibouti 3.50
3 Benin 3
4 Afghanistan 2.50
5 Comoros 2