Lithuania remains at the top of the list of the world's emerging economies in the Inclusive Development Index published by the World Economic Forum for the second time.
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This year's report covers 29 advanced economies and 74 emerging economies.

Lithuania tops the ranking of emerging economies, followed by Hungary in second place, Azerbaijan in third, Latvia in fourth and Poland in fifth. Russia is ranked 19th.

Norway is the best performing advanced economy in 2018, followed by Norway, Iceland, Luxembourg and Switzerland. Among Lithuania's closest neighbors, Sweden is ranked the highest at number 6, followed by Finland at 11 and Estonia at 22.

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