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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. … Continue reading

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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). Ranking is as the below. 1. New York-New Jersey City(USA) 2. Shanghai (China) 3. Tianjin (China) 4. … Continue reading

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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. From this graph, the confidence ratio in national government in 2014 is as below. 1. Switzerland 2. India … Continue reading

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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’. From the top, each places are as follows. 1. China 2. India 3. … Continue reading

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Nominal GDP Per Nation in 2014

This graph says “nominal GDP per each nation among a part of world countries in 2014”. Ranking in this graph is as below. Luxembourg Norway Switzerland Australia Denmark Sweden USA Ireland Netherlands Iceland Austria Canada Finland Belgium Germany United Kingdom … Continue reading

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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. 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 … Continue reading

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