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According to the latest index from The Economist the answer is Switzerland followed by Australia, Norway, Sweden and Denmark. For those of you looking for the United States (16) and Britain (27) in the top ten, look down a bit further Only 80 countries are evaluated in the index making it no surprise that emerging economies of Kenya, Nigeria and Bangladesh occupy the spots on the bottom of the list. The big loser in the list, other than the US and UK, is the Euro Zone. The top ten is littered with small European nations that are all not a part of the Euro Zone. The Netherlands acts as the sole outlier of the group.
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Where is the best place to be born in 2013?