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Economic Freedom Ranking: USA No Longer in Top 10

Когда я слышу об "экономических успехах" администрации Обамы мне каждый раз кажется, что это глупая шутка. Но нет, повторяют часто и упорно, без тени улыбки на лице. Может вернуться на землю?

"According to the 2016 Index of Economic Freedom, an annual publication by The Heritage Foundation, America’s economic freedom has tumbled. With losses of economic freedom in eight of the past nine years, the U.S. has tied its worst score ever, wiping out a decade of progress.

The U.S. has fallen from the 6th freest economy in the world, when President Barack Obama took office, to 11th place in 2016. America’s declining score in the index is closely related to rapidly rising government spending, subsidies, and bailouts.

Since early 2009:
Government spending has exploded, amounting to $29,867 per household in 2015.
The national debt has risen to $125,000 for every tax-filing household in America—a total over $18 trillion.
The government takeover of health care is raising prices and disrupting markets.
Bailouts and new government regulations have increased uncertainty, stifling investment and job creation.

The U.S. has the highest corporate tax rate in the developed world. This has driven new jobs to other, more competitive nations and has meant fewer jobs and lower wages for Americans.
The overall annual cost of meeting regulatory requirements has increased by over $80 billion since 2009, with more than 180 new regulations in place. In terms of ease of starting a new business, analyzed by a recently published World Bank report, the U.S. is ranked shockingly low at 49th, trailing countries such as Canada, Georgia, Ireland, Lithuania, and Malaysia."

http://dailysignal.com/2016/01/31/americas-economic-freedom-has-rapidly-declined-under-obama/

rank   country          overall
1.   Hong Kong           88.6
2.   Switzerland          81.0
3.   Singapore            87.8
4.   Australia              80.3
5.   New Zealand        81.6
6.   Canada                78.0
7.   Chile                    77.7
8.   Ireland                 77.3
9.   Estonia                77.2
10. United Kingdom   76.4
11. United States       75.4

http://www.heritage.org/index/ranking

И вы, лениво обсуждающие за какого социалиста проголосовать - Берни Сандерса или Хиллари Клинтон, думаете Вас не коснётся?  Наверное венесуэльцы тоже так считали.
Tags: economy, кто там шагает левой?, статистика для не самых маленьких
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