Economic freedom increased in Romania compared to 2012
Romania is ranked 45 among the World's freest economies, scoring 7.32 points out of 10, six places up over 2012 in a top carried out by Canadian research institute, Fraser.
According to the 'Economic Freedom of the World: 2013' annual report, the World's freest economies are: Hong Kong, Singapore, New Zealand, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates, Mauritius, Finland, Bahrain, Canada and Australia. On the other side there are Venezuela, Myanmar, Republic of Congo, Zimbabwe and Chad.

Among East-Central Europe countries, Hungary and Austria rank 27, Bulgaria ranks 49, Slovakia - 36, Cehia - 52, Poland – 59, Republic of Moldova – 82 and Serbia – 104. Globally, economic freedom score rose up to 6.87 in 2013 in 2013, while last year it was 6.47.
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