The misery index is the sum of a country's unemployment and inflation rate. The higher the index, the more miserable i

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Q 2482101037.     The misery index is the sum of a country's
unemployment and inflation rate. The higher the
index, the more miserable is the country to live in.
The figure given below is the misery index for various
countries in Europe.

Which of the following conclusions can be drawn from
the misery index given above?

1. Britain is the most miserable country to live In
2. The inflation rate in Spain is less than that in
Belgium and Britain
3. Italy and France seem to have almost identical
unemployment ยท
4. The higher the misery index, the higher the
inflation rate
Select the correct answer using the codes given below: codes
IAS 1998 Prelims
A

1 alone

B

2 and 3

C

1, 2, 3 and 4

D

None of these

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