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  • The world's best country to live in is Norway

    Norway is admitted as the best country in the world in 2011. Higher education is accessible to all Norwegian residents, average annual income equals $ 47 00 dollars, crime rate is very low, health care system is developed perfectly and average duration of life is 81 year.

    Thanks to stationary economy, real estate market grows rapidly in Norway. In 2011 it grew up by 9.4% comparing to 8% in 2010.

    According to The United Nations Development Department, Top-10 list also made Canada, Australia, Ireland, Netherlands, Germany, USA, Sweden, Liechtenstein and New Zealand.

    The worst countries to live in considered Mozambique, Burundi, Niger and Kongo, which take 182 – 187 places respectively. Average annual Kongo residents earnings equals $ 290, 59% residents live below the poverty line and 30% are illiterate. Average duration of life there is 48 years.