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The Heritage Foundation and The Wall Street Journal have recently updated The Index of Economic Freedom, which shows the advancement in economic freedom, prosperity, and opportunity across 186 countries. The Index covers 10 freedoms from property rights to entrepreneurship, which represent a comprehensive analysis of countries' economic conditions in a clear and friendly format.

With Knoema's flexibility you can easily observe each of these sub-indices on the radar chart by clicking the country on the map, or by choosing the indicator of your interest from a dropdown list above the dashboard.

Note: each of the sub-indices and the Overall Score are represented in 0 – 100 scale, where 100 stands for the maximum freedom. For more information about the index, please visit The Heritage Foundation website

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