Bosnia improves score in economic freedom ranking.

By bne IntelliNews January 13, 2011
Bosnia and Herzegovina was rated 104th in a ranking by the U.S.-based Heritage Foundation, with a score of 57.5 points, up by 1.3 points, the 2011 Index of Economic Freedom report showed. The country ranked 39th out of 43 countries in Europe, and its overall score remains well below the regional average. Bosnia performs best trade freedom category scoring 86 points, up by 5.2 points compared to last year. In fiscal freedom category, the company scored 83.9 points, up by 0.7 points. It performed worst in the property rights category, where it gained only 20 points, up by 10 points. . In regional comparison, Bosnia performs worse than all neighbour countries - Macedonia (55), Albania (70), Montenegro (76), Croatia (82) and Serbia (101).

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