Which countries are the most forward thinking? See it visualised

Which countries are the most forward thinking? See it visualised

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New Germany is the most forward thinking country in the world, knocking the UK off the top spot, according to the Future Orientation Index. UCL's Dr Suzy Moat and Warwick Business School Associate Professor Tobias Preis have analysed more than 45bn Google queries to assemble the index and have mapped the...
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