Lithuania tops the list of the world's developing nations in terms of inclusive economic growth, according to the Inclusive Growth and Development Report published by the World Economic Forum for the first time.
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The report covers 29 advanced economies, which include Lithuania's neighbors Estonia, Finland and Sweden, and 78 developing economies, which also include Latvia, Poland and Russia.

Sweden is the highest ranked among Lithuania's neighbors on the advanced economies list at 6th position. Finland is at number 11 and Estonia is in 22nd place. On the developing economies' list, Poland is ranked fourth, Latvia is at number 7 and Russia is in 13th position.

The top three advanced nations in the Inclusive Development Index are Norway, Luxembourg and Switzerland. Azerbaijan ranks second among developing economies, followed by Hungary in third place.

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