Suomi hyvä paikka asua ja mahdollisen maailman johtaja!


That’s what the 2009 Prosperity Index issued by the British-based think tank the Legatum Institute finds and I would have to agree. Among other things, the Scandinavian country boasts great air and water quality, low rates of infant diseases, and protection from water pollution and natural disasters. Although it hasn’t been mentioned much, universal health care is always important to many, and Finland, like all Scandinavian countries, takes care of its citizens’ health.

Add to the list that Finland has about a million lakes, virgin timber on most every square foot and is situated in close proximity to major European ports and you have a country that could well find itself on the event horizon of world leadership countries in the next fifty years.

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Juuri 2009 Prosperity Index antama British perustuva think tank Legatum Institute toteaa ja olisin samaa mieltä. Muun muassa Skandinavian maassa upeat ilman ja veden laatu, alhainen pikkulasten sairauksia ja suojaa veden saastuminen ja luonnonmullistukset. Vaikka sitä ei ole mainittu paljon, yleinen terveydenhuolto on aina tärkeä monille, ja Suomessa, kuten kaikissa Pohjoismaissa, huolehtii sen kansalaisten terveyttä.

Lisää luetteloon, että Suomessa on noin miljoona järviä, ensiökuitua on melkein joka neliön jalka ja sijaitsee lähellä suuria Euroopan satamien ja olet maassa, joka voisi hyvin löytää itsensä Event Horizon maailman johtajuutta maissa seuraavien viisikymmentä vuotta.

About forsythkid

I am just a simple man with a head full of sand who is currently residing in a small town called Forsyth Missouri. I enjoy hiking, camping and all things related to gardening. I rec’d my degree from SIU majoring in Biology many moons ago and still maintain a great interest in the study of all living things. My hobbies include meteorology, the Finnish language and inhabiting cyberspace whenever possible.
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