Under EPRDF, Ethiopia Ranked Among the Bottom Ten in Wealth

November 9th, 2006 Print Print Email Email

Nov 9 (Reuters) - The United Nations Development Programme has ranked 175 countries and Hong Kong and the occupied Palestinian territories according to wealth, life expectancy and education levels.

Here is a list of the top and bottom 10 ranked countries according to the U.N. Human Development Index:

[Top 10]

1. Norway

2. Iceland

3. Australia

4. Ireland

5. Sweden

6. Canada

7. Japan

8. United States

9. Switzerland

10. Netherlands

[Bottom Ten]

168. Mozambique

169. Burundi

170. Ethiopia

171. Chad

172. Central African Republic

173. Guinea-Bissau

174. Burkino Faso

175. Mali

176. Sierra Leone

177. Niger

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