Macedonia climbs four spots in global gender equality ranking.

By bne IntelliNews October 12, 2010
Macedonia has been ranked 49th out of 134 countries in the latest global gender gap index ranking, compiled by the World Economic Forum. In 2009, the country has been ranked 53rd. The greatest equality between men and women is observed in the Nordic countries, with Iceland, Norway, Finland and Sweden occupying the top four spots. The rankings of other countries in the region were as follows: Slovenia (42nd), Bulgaria (50th), Croatia (53rd) and Albania (78th).

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