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This is what every country in the world
is best at Part 2.
And if you haven’t seen Part 1,
you should go watch that first.
But we left off with Lithuania
which has the fastest public Wi-Fi speeds in the world
at 16.6 megabytes per second.
Poping over to Luxembourg,
we discovered that they have the highest annual wages in the world.
The average worker here earns 6369 dollars per year.
Far away, Madagascar has the highest Commercial Bank prime
lending rate at 61%.
And Malaysia has the world’s tallest twin buildings,
the petronas towers at 452 meters high each.
At the same time,
the Maldives has the lowest highest point among all countries.
Two meters above sea level as far up as you can get
without being in a building.
Meanwhile Moli has the least amount of police officers per capita,
only 38 officers per 100,000 people.
Malta is ranked as the most generous country in the world,
since 83% of their population donates to some kind of charity.
And the Marshall Islands has the highest percentage of their territory
made up of water : 98.47%.
Back over in Mauritania
we can discover the most islamic country in the world.
It’s estimated that nearly 100% of the country’s population
are Muslims, and tiny Mauritius has the highest percentage of Hindus
outside of South Asia,
consisting of 48.5% of their population.
Mexico is ranked as the hardest-working country in the world,
where each worker spends average 2246 hours working per year,
or about 25% of the entire time
that exists in a full year.
Micronesia has the highest coastline to area ratio,
8760 meters of coastline per square kilometer of land area.
And Moldova has the highest rate of people leaving cities,
since their urban population
had a negative 1.5 percent growth rate last year.
Monaco meanwhile is the most densely populated country in the world
with 19,000 people per square kilometer.
While Mongolia is conveniently the least populated country
with less than 2 people per square kilometer on average.
Montenegro has the highest smoking rate in the world
where each adult smokes 4125 cigarettes per year on average.
While Morocco is the world’s largest producer of couscous.
Myanmar is home to the world’s largest book
which is 1460 pages long and set in stone.
While Namibia is home to the largest wealth inequality
between her citizens in the world.
Nauru is the world’s most obese country on average.
Nepal is the most Hindu country in the world
where 81.3% of the population identified as such
And the Netherlands has the highest average height in the world,
where men are just over six feet tall
and women are 5 feet 7 inches.
Funny enough, New Zealand has the largest number of sheep
per capital with about 10 sheep for every human in the country.
While Niger has both the highest birth rate in the world and
the youngest average age of citizens, just 15.1 years old.
Neighboring Nigeria unfortunately has the most deaths related to
HIV / AIDS, about 210,000 reported in 2014 alone.
North Korea meanwhile is considered the most heavily militarized country on Earth,
since over 30% of the country’s population
is a member of the military.
At the same time Norway is apparently a fantastic place to be.
Because it’s ranked as the most democratic country in the world,
the happiest country in the world,
and has the highest standard of living in the world.
Pakistan has the greatest performance at the Field Hockey World Cup,
since they’ve won it four times.
While Panama has the most merchant ships registered to it
of any country：6323 total ships.
Papua New Guinea is considered the most linguistically diverse country
in the world since over 850 languages are spoken there today.
And they have the highest cannabis use
at nearly 30% of the population.
Paraguay is ranked as the most positive country in the world.
While Peru has the largest Native American population in the world
at 45% of the total population.
The Philippines has the greatest performance at the World Cup Of Pool
since they’ve won three times.
And Poland has the best performance at the Motorcycle Speedway World Cups
since they’ve won that six times.
Portugal is the earliest country to outlaw life imprisonment back in 1884.
Qatar has the most CO2 emissions per capita
at 44 tons per person per year.
And Romania has the highest home ownership rate in the world
with 96.4% of the population owning their home.
Russia has both the world’s largest arsenal of nuclear weapons
and the most World Chess Championship victories.
While Rwanda has the highest percentage of women employed in the
labor force, 86% of all workers employed here are women.
San Marino has the most motor vehicles per capita
with 1263 vehicles per 1000 people.
And Saudi Arabia has the highest military spending per capita
since they spent 6909 dollars per citizen per year on their military.
For comparison’s sake the US only spends 1859 dollars per citizen.
Serbia has the best performance at the FINA World Water Polo Championship
with four total victories.
Sierra Leone has the lowest life expectancy in the world
at just 44.4 years.
And Singapore has the world’s lowest birth rate,
the lowest infant mortality rate
and the lowest opiate’s usage in the world.
Meanwhile Slovakia is the largest per capita producer of cars
in the world, since they produce one car per 6 people
in the country every year.
Slovenia has the highest high school graduation rate at 96%.
Somalia is ranked as the world’s most corrupt country,
and South Africa is the world’s largest producer of platinum
at 80% of the global supply.
Over in South Korea they have the fastest internet speed in the
world with an average connection speed of 26.7 megabytes per second.
South Sudan has the lowest literacy rate
at only 27% of their population.
Spain is the world’s largest producer of olives,
and meanwhile Sri Lanka has the highest suicide rate in the world
According to the global innovation index
Sudan has the lowest innovation rate in the world.
And Suriname is earth’s most forested country
with over 90% of the country covered by forest.
Swaziland has the world’s highest HIV infection rate
with over 28% of the population currently carrying the disease.
At the same time Sweden has the highest number of
parental leave days offered to workers,
with women allowed 68 weeks and men allowed 18 weeks. Meanwhile,
Switzerland is the most expensive country in the world to live in.
Syria is the most dangerous country in the world to live in
with the lowest national growth rate.
And Taiwan (belongs to China) has the best overall student performance in mathematics.
Tajikistan has the world’s highest average elevation
at 3196 metres above sea level. And
Thailand is home to the most victories in the Miss International Queen,
a transgender women’s beauty contest which they’ve won three times.
Timor-Leste is the most christian country in the world
with over 99% of the population identified as such.
Tonga is the most Mormon country in the world
with over 60% of the population identifying as such.
And Tunisia has the most strict gun control laws in the world
with only 0.1 guns owed per every 100 people.
Across the Mediterranean in the Turkey,
they consume the most tea per capita in the world,
6.87 kilograms per person per year.
Turkmenistan meanwhile has the current highest GDP growth rate
in the world at 10.3% .
Tuvalu has the lowest number of immigrants at just 148 people.
And Uganda is the world’s most entrepreneurial country with 28%
of the country’s current workforce having started their own business.
Ukraine is fascinatingly I know the world’s largest producer of sunflower seeds.
And the United Arab Emirates has the highest proportions of men
in the world, there are 2.19 men in the country
for every one woman.
Meanwhile the United Kingdom has the highest number of book’s publish
per capita with 1 book been published per every 355 people per year.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, the United States leads the world in both most
privately owned firearms per capital with 88.8 firearms owned
for every 100 people and the highest number of fatal lawnmower accidents
with 69 Americans killed by lawnmowers each year on average.
Uruguay is home to this piece of land
which is the southernmost northernmost point on land.
Uzbekistan is the world’s largest double landlocked country.
While Vanuatu is where you are most likely
to be the victim of a natural disaster.
Meanwhile Vatican City is both the smallest country in the world
and home to the largest immigrant population: 100%. And
Venezuela is home to both the world’s largest oil reserves and
the world’s cheapest gas currently at just 1 cent per liter.
At the same time, Vietnam is home to the world’s
largest reserve of military force at 3 million soldiers.
Yemen has the highest gender inequality in the world and
也是GDP增长速率最低的国家 为 -28.1％
the lowest GDP growth rate, at negative 28.1% currently.
Zambia has the largest number of Rhodesian giraffes.
And finally Zimbabwe has the world’s highest unemployment rate
currently sitting around 95% of the country.
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