Interest Rate

Argentina: 56%
Turkey: 19.7%
Iran: 18%
Ukraine: 17%
Egypt: 15.7%
Nigeria: 13.5%
Pakistan: 13.2%
Mexico: 8.25%
Russia: 7.25%
S Africa: 6.5%
Brazil: 6%
Indonesia: 5.75%
India: 5.4%
China: 4.35%
Saudi: 2.75%
US: 2.25%
Canada: 1.75%
UK: 0.75%
Eurozone: 0%
Japan: -0.1%

*The Above info has come from this tweet.
https://twitter.com/spectatorindex/status/1161819799539683329

Press freedom, 2019.

Press freedom, 2019.
1. Norway
2. Finland
3. Sweden
4. Netherlands
13. Germany
18. Canada
21. Australia
29. Spain
31. S Africa
32. France
33. UK
41. S Korea
43. Italy
48. US
67. Japan
105. Brazil
120. Nigeria
124. Indonesia
140. India
149. Russia
157. Turkey
177. China

(RWB)

Which Cities Will Be Contributing Most To Global GDP by 2030?

This graph says “The cities contributing most to global GDP by 2013”, Top 15 cities worldwide by GDP in 2030 (in billion GBP).

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Ranking is as the below.
1. New York-New Jersey City(USA)
2. Shanghai (China)
3. Tianjin (China)
4. Beijing (China)
5. Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim (USA)
6. Guangzhou, Guangdong (USA)
7. Shenzhen (China)
8. London-Metro (UK)
9. Chongqing (China)
10. Suzhou, Jiangsu (China)
11. Tokyo (Japan)
12. Jakarta (Indonesia)
13. San Paulo (Brazil)
14. Foshan, Giangdong (China)
15. Wuhan, Hubei (China)

Then, 8 cities of these top 15 are cities in China. About 53% of these 15 countries are China’s cities.

Do you trust your government?

This graph in this photo says “Trust in government”, means that confidence in national government (%, 2014) and its change since 2007.

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From this graph, the confidence ratio in national government in 2014 is as below.

1. Switzerland
2. India
3. Norway
4. Luxembourg
5. Indonesia
6. Russia
7. New Zealand
8. Germany
9. Sweden
10. Turkey
11. Netherlands
12. Finland
13. Belgium
14. Canada
15. Ireland
16. Denmark
17. Iceland
18. Australia
19. Israel
20. United Kingdom
21. OECD Average
22. Austria
23. Estonia
24. Japan
25. Brazil
26. United States
27. South Africa
28. Czech Republic
29. Korea
30. Mexico
31. Hungary
32. Italy
33. Slovak Republic
34. Chile
35. Latvia
36. France
37. Poland
38. Portugal
39. Spain
40. Greece
41. Slovenia

As for me, I can not trust my government, there are many reasons why. Another countries people consider that Japan is the best country in this world though, Japan has a plenty number of serious problems and troubles, too.

As a result in a simple phrase, I tell all of you:”There is no any heaven country(state) in this world, even across the globe.”
We have to face on the reality which we would encounter in our each own lives. This is the one important common thing for all of us on the earth.

Tomorrow’s Scientists

This graph says that ranking of tomorrow’s scientists publishing countries among OCED survey, ‘Projected share of graduates with STEM degrees across OECD and G20 countries in 2030’.

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From the top, each places are as follows.

1. China
2. India
3. Russian Federation
4. United States
5. Indonesia
6. Saudi Arabia
7. Mexico
8. Brazil
9. Japan
10. Korea
11. Turkey
12. Germany
13. United Kingdom
14. Argentina
15. France
16. Canada
17. Spain

Oh…..still China is No.1………

Nominal GDP Per Nation in 2014

This graph says “nominal GDP per each nation among a part of world countries in 2014”.

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Ranking in this graph is as below.

  1. Luxembourg
  2. Norway
  3. Switzerland
  4. Australia
  5. Denmark
  6. Sweden
  7. USA
  8. Ireland
  9. Netherlands
  10. Iceland
  11. Austria
  12. Canada
  13. Finland
  14. Belgium
  15. Germany
  16. United Kingdom
  17. New Zealand
  18. France
  19. Israel
  20. Japan
  21. Italy
  22. Spain
  23. Korea

Above is the ranking among OECD countries.
Other several data among OECD non-member countries or area are as below.

シンガポール= Singapore
香港=Hong Kong
台湾=Taiwan
ロシア=Russia
ブラジル=Brazil
中国=China
インド=India

*Data of Singapore,Hong Kong,Taiwan,Russia,Brazil and China come from World Bank, data of Taiwan comes from IMF.

Almost all Japanese people are in the exploited classes, because Japan is a big SWEATSHOP

This picture says the data of the numbers of temporary employment agencies among several countries.

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The following is the translation of this picture.
‘The number of temporary employment agencies in the world’ (2010)

Japan 65,514
USA 20,000
UK 15,970
Germany 14,590
France 6,648
Netherlands 5,638
South Africa 3,000
South Korea 1,770
Spain 1,700
Belgium 1,246
Brazil 452

Well, Japan is No.1 by a wide margin in this graph. This means that such a plenty of temporary employment agencies sweat a high rate commission by sending temporary staffs to the companies.
Moreover, sweating percentage of Japanese temporary employment agencies is very high ratio, it made the Sicilian mafia members to get so angry. Because their commission rate is much much much lower than Japanese temporary employment agencies. Mr.Moustache had connection with them directly in his past, and he heard they said;’We would never take such an inhuman high commission ratio!!’.

Wow, Japanese companies’ sweating ratio is worse than mafia……..hahahahaha……