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Ukraine in Top 10 of world's 'unhappiest economies', - Bloomberg

The outlet released the new ranking of the world's most unfortunate economies, which includes 66 countries
08:05, 16 February 2018

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Ukraine appeared in the Top 10 of the world's unhappiest economies. The new version of the ranking has been released by Bloomberg. 

Venezuela tops the list of the 66 countries, which the outlet considered to be more or less 'happy', based on the forecasts of inflation and unemployment rates in 2018; Venezuela, South Africa and Argentia make top three in the ranking. 

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According to Bloomberg, Ukraine's economy is showing signs of deterioration, which is why teh country's rank went up from 7th (in 2017) to 5th. 

Thailand and Singapore are considered to have the least unfortunate economies of the world.

'The results largely signal a global economic outlook that remains bright overall: Economists are penciling in 3.7 percent year-on-year growth for the world in 2018, matching last year’s pace that was the best since 2011', Bloomberg wrote.

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