Currency and price stability

scale 1-10, 2006–2018

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    2006 Ranking
    1. Estonia 10.00
    2. Chile 10.00
    3. Lithuania 10.00
    4. Mauritius 10.00
    5. Brazil 10.00
    6. Slovenia 10.00
    7. El Salvador 9.50
    8. Russia 9.50
    9. Croatia 9.50
    10. Czech Republic 9.50
    11. Taiwan 9.50
    12. Singapore 9.50
    13. Poland 9.50
    14. Slovakia 9.50
    15. South Korea 9.50
    16. Georgia 9.00
    17. Macedonia (F.Y.R.O.M.) 9.00
    18. Panama 9.00
    19. Colombia 9.00
    20. Kazakhstan 9.00
    21. Peru 9.00
    22. Latvia 9.00
    23. Romania 9.00
    24. Bulgaria 9.00
    25. South Africa 9.00
    26. Armenia 9.00
    27. Botswana 9.00
    28. Bahrain 9.00
    29. Kyrgyzstan 8.50
    30. Senegal 8.50
    31. Serbia 8.50
    32. Thailand 8.50
    33. Hungary 8.50
    34. Mexico 8.50
    35. Uganda 8.50
    36. Mongolia 8.50
    37. Ukraine 8.50
    38. Bosnia and Herzegovina 8.50
    39. Namibia 8.00
    40. Mali 8.00
    41. Turkey 8.00
    42. Jamaica 8.00
    43. Albania 8.00
    44. China 8.00
    45. Burkina Faso 8.00
    46. Tunisia 8.00
    47. Benin 8.00
    48. Pakistan 8.00
    49. United Arab Emirates 8.00
    50. Mozambique 8.00
    51. Costa Rica 8.00
    52. Niger 7.50
    53. Nicaragua 7.50
    54. Sri Lanka 7.50
    55. Jordan 7.50
    56. Uruguay 7.50
    57. Vietnam 7.50
    58. India 7.50
    59. Ethiopia 7.50
    60. Ghana 7.50
    61. Morocco 7.00
    62. Bolivia 7.00
    63. Azerbaijan 7.00
    64. Argentina 7.00
    65. Saudi Arabia 7.00
    66. Philippines 7.00
    67. Algeria 7.00
    68. Bangladesh 7.00
    69. Nepal 7.00
    70. Zambia 7.00
    71. Guatemala 7.00
    72. Honduras 7.00
    73. Indonesia 7.00
    74. Malaysia 7.00
    75. Lebanon 7.00
    76. Tanzania 7.00
    77. Sudan 7.00
    78. Moldova 6.50
    79. Yemen 6.50
    80. Syria 6.50
    81. Cambodia 6.50
    82. Egypt 6.50
    83. Paraguay 6.50
    84. Togo 6.50
    85. Madagascar 6.50
    86. Kenya 6.50
    87. Dominican Republic 6.50
    88. Nigeria 6.50
    89. Cameroon 6.00
    90. Rwanda 6.00
    91. Iraq 6.00
    92. Malawi 6.00
    93. Chad 6.00
    94. Angola 5.50
    95. Laos 5.50
    96. Sierra Leone 5.50
    97. Burundi 5.50
    98. Central African Republic 5.50
    99. Ecuador 5.50
    100. Iran 5.50
    101. Ivory Coast 5.50
    102. Afghanistan 5.00
    103. Libya 5.00
    104. Tajikistan 5.00
    105. Guinea 5.00
    106. Haiti 4.50
    107. Cuba 4.50
    108. Uzbekistan 4.50
    109. Congo (Kinshasa) 4.50
    110. Papua New Guinea 3.50
    111. Liberia 3.50
    112. Turkmenistan 3.50
    113. Venezuela 3.50
    114. Belarus 3.50
    115. Eritrea 3.00
    116. North Korea 2.50
    117. Zimbabwe 2.00
    118. Burma (Myanmar) 1.50
    119. Somalia 1.00
    2018 Ranking
    1. Chile 10.00
    2. Czech Republic 10.00
    3. Taiwan 10.00
    4. Estonia 10.00
    5. Botswana 10.00
    6. Lithuania 10.00
    7. Slovakia 9.50
    8. Romania 9.50
    9. Peru 9.50
    10. Singapore 9.50
    11. Latvia 9.50
    12. Slovenia 9.50
    13. Uruguay 9.00
    14. South Korea 9.00
    15. Bulgaria 9.00
    16. Mauritius 9.00
    17. Poland 9.00
    18. Costa Rica 8.50
    19. United Arab Emirates 8.50
    20. Uganda 8.50
    21. Qatar 8.50
    22. Paraguay 8.50
    23. Macedonia (F.Y.R.O.M.) 8.00
    24. El Salvador 8.00
    25. Kuwait 8.00
    26. Croatia 8.00
    27. Jamaica 8.00
    28. Panama 8.00
    29. Philippines 8.00
    30. Thailand 8.00
    31. Bolivia 8.00
    32. Bosnia and Herzegovina 8.00
    33. Serbia 8.00
    34. Russia 8.00
    35. Ivory Coast 8.00
    36. China 8.00
    37. Colombia 8.00
    38. Moldova 7.50
    39. Mexico 7.50
    40. Montenegro 7.50
    41. Nicaragua 7.50
    42. Malaysia 7.50
    43. Morocco 7.50
    44. Albania 7.50
    45. Turkey 7.50
    46. Togo 7.50
    47. Jordan 7.50
    48. Tunisia 7.50
    49. Kyrgyzstan 7.50
    50. Armenia 7.50
    51. Georgia 7.50
    52. Indonesia 7.50
    53. India 7.50
    54. Hungary 7.50
    55. Dominican Republic 7.50
    56. Brazil 7.50
    57. Benin 7.50
    58. Burkina Faso 7.50
    59. Namibia 7.00
    60. Saudi Arabia 7.00
    61. Tanzania 7.00
    62. Rwanda 7.00
    63. Argentina 7.00
    64. Madagascar 7.00
    65. Ukraine 7.00
    66. South Africa 7.00
    67. Guatemala 7.00
    68. Senegal 7.00
    69. Oman 7.00
    70. Lebanon 7.00
    71. Honduras 7.00
    72. Kosovo 7.00
    73. Kenya 7.00
    74. Sri Lanka 7.00
    75. Iraq 6.50
    76. Zambia 6.50
    77. Papua New Guinea 6.50
    78. Bahrain 6.50
    79. Mali 6.50
    80. Ecuador 6.50
    81. Vietnam 6.50
    82. Bangladesh 6.50
    83. Liberia 6.50
    84. Lesotho 6.50
    85. Guinea 6.50
    86. Laos 6.50
    87. Algeria 6.50
    88. Kazakhstan 6.50
    89. Bhutan 6.00
    90. Cambodia 6.00
    91. Burundi 6.00
    92. Angola 6.00
    93. Azerbaijan 6.00
    94. Niger 6.00
    95. Mongolia 6.00
    96. Egypt 6.00
    97. Cameroon 5.50
    98. Central African Republic 5.50
    99. Congo (Brazzaville) 5.50
    100. Nepal 5.50
    101. Sierra Leone 5.50
    102. Mauritania 5.50
    103. Ghana 5.50
    104. Pakistan 5.00
    105. Belarus 5.00
    106. Malawi 5.00
    107. Mozambique 5.00
    108. Nigeria 4.50
    109. Chad 4.50
    110. Uzbekistan 4.50
    111. Cuba 4.50
    112. Ethiopia 4.50
    113. Tajikistan 4.50
    114. Iran 4.00
    115. Congo (Kinshasa) 4.00
    116. Haiti 4.00
    117. Afghanistan 4.00
    118. Libya 3.50
    119. Turkmenistan 3.50
    120. Burma (Myanmar) 3.50
    121. Zimbabwe 3.50
    122. Sudan 2.50
    123. South Sudan 2.50
    124. Eritrea 2.50
    125. Syria 1.50
    126. North Korea 1.50
    127. Venezuela 1.50
    128. Yemen 1.50
    129. Somalia 1.00

    There are institutional or political precautions to control inflation sustainably, together with an appropriate monetary policy and fiscal policy. 1 – The country has no anti-inflation system or policy; foreign exchange policy is subject to manipulation for political reasons. The government has not devised or implemented any fiscal or debt policies to promote macroeconomic stability. 4 – Controlling inflation is a component of the economic system in principle, but it is institutionally and politically subordinated to other goals. Foreign exchange policy is essentially used for political purposes. The government’s fiscal and debt policies are inconsistent and insufficient to promote macroeconomic stability. 7 – Controlling inflation and an appropriate foreign exchange policy are recognized goals of economic policy, but have not been consistent over time and do not have an adequate institutional framework.

    Source: Transformation Index BTI