2007 Ranking
    1. Zimbabwe 1,016.70
    2. Zambia 1,016.70
    3. Kazakhstan 14.10
    4. Uruguay 13.60
    5. Mozambique 13.20
    6. Morocco 13.20
    7. Indonesia 13.10
    8. Serbia 12.70
    9. Senegal 12.70
    10. Ethiopia 12.30
    11. Puerto Rico 11.80
    12. Costa Rica 11.50
    13. Botswana 11.30
    14. Argentina 10.90
    15. Macedonia (F.Y.R.O.M.) 10.80
    16. Madagascar 10.80
    17. Ukraine 10.10
    18. Switzerland 10.00
    19. Russia 9.70
    20. Panama 9.60
    21. Tunisia 9.60
    22. Spain 9.50
    23. Sri Lanka 9.50
    24. New Zealand 9.40
    25. Georgia 9.20
    26. Yemen 9.10
    27. Uganda 9.00
    28. Jamaica 8.60
    29. Jordan 8.60
    30. Azerbaijan 8.40
    31. Timor Leste 8.30
    32. Nicaragua 8.30
    33. Namibia 8.00
    34. Oman 7.90
    35. Chad 7.90
    36. Dominican Republic 7.60
    37. Vietnam 7.50
    38. Venezuela 7.50
    39. Bulgaria 7.30
    40. Barbados 7.20
    41. Iceland 6.80
    42. Guatemala 6.60
    43. Guyana 6.60
    44. Turkey 6.60
    45. Qatar 6.60
    46. Latvia 6.50
    47. Laos 6.50
    48. United States 6.40
    49. Bangladesh 6.30
    50. Japan 6.30
    51. Malta 6.20
    52. Peru 6.20
    53. India 6.10
    54. Lesotho 6.10
    55. Lebanon 6.10
    56. Bosnia and Herzegovina 6.00
    57. Tajikistan 5.80
    58. Honduras 5.60
    59. Kyrgyzstan 5.60
    60. Kuwait 5.60
    61. Cameroon 5.30
    62. Mauritania 5.10
    63. Portugal 5.10
    64. Burma (Myanmar) 5.10
    65. Moldova 5.00
    66. Cambodia 4.80
    67. Slovenia 4.70
    68. Tanzania 4.60
    69. El Salvador 4.60
    70. Trinidad and Tobago 4.50
    71. Estonia 4.40
    72. Singapore 4.40
    73. Bolivia 4.30
    74. Colombia 4.30
    75. Brazil 4.20
    76. Egypt 4.20
    77. Thailand 4.10
    78. Hungary 3.90
    79. Benin 3.80
    80. Libya 3.80
    81. Mexico 3.60
    82. Mauritius 3.60
    83. Malawi 3.60
    84. South Africa 3.60
    85. Australia 3.50
    86. Chile 3.40
    87. Netherlands 3.40
    88. Liberia 3.40
    89. Ecuador 3.30
    90. Montenegro 3.30
    91. Greece 3.30
    92. Croatia 3.20
    93. Norway 3.20
    94. United Kingdom 3.20
    95. Luxembourg 3.20
    96. Poland 3.10
    97. Bahrain 3.00
    98. South Korea 3.00
    99. Armenia 2.90
    100. Mongolia 2.80
    101. Burundi 2.80
    102. Slovakia 2.70
    103. Lithuania 2.70
    104. Ireland 2.70
    105. Mali 2.60
    106. Pakistan 2.50
    107. Algeria 2.50
    108. Cyprus 2.50
    109. Czech Republic 2.50
    110. Burkina Faso 2.40
    111. Nigeria 2.30
    112. Rwanda 2.30
    113. Belgium 2.30
    114. United Arab Emirates 2.30
    115. Albania 2.20
    116. Kenya 2.20
    117. Italy 2.20
    118. Israel 2.10
    119. Saudi Arabia 2.10
    120. Canada 2.00
    121. Paraguay 2.00
    122. Hong Kong 2.00
    123. France 1.90
    124. Denmark 1.90
    125. Malaysia 1.90
    126. Germany 1.80
    127. Nepal 1.70
    128. Austria 1.70
    129. China 1.50
    130. Gambia 1.50
    131. Swaziland 1.50
    132. Finland 1.30
    133. Philippines 1.00
    134. Sierra Leone 1.00
    135. Sweden 1.00
    136. Syria 0.60
    2017 Ranking
    1. Uruguay 254.95
    2. Madagascar 21.68
    3. Morocco 19.20
    4. Yemen 17.90
    5. Ghana 17.46
    6. Nicaragua 15.70
    7. Jordan 14.55
    8. Uganda 13.91
    9. Haiti 13.38
    10. Azerbaijan 12.40
    11. Seychelles 11.30
    12. Argentina 10.62
    13. Egypt 10.20
    14. Namibia 9.93
    15. United States 9.64
    16. Iran 8.87
    17. Lesotho 8.84
    18. Brazil 8.74
    19. Guinea 8.17
    20. Suriname 8.03
    21. Tunisia 7.78
    22. Colombia 7.51
    23. Ethiopia 7.26
    24. Gambia 7.23
    25. Lebanon 7.00
    26. Macedonia (F.Y.R.O.M.) 6.74
    27. Burma (Myanmar) 6.73
    28. Algeria 6.40
    29. Mexico 6.38
    30. Bangladesh 6.35
    31. Slovenia 6.34
    32. Kazakhstan 6.30
    33. Russia 5.72
    34. Burundi 5.53
    35. Turkey 5.46
    36. Tajikistan 5.17
    37. Vietnam 5.00
    38. India 4.87
    39. Guatemala 4.47
    40. Bhutan 4.18
    41. Panama 4.09
    42. Chile 3.79
    43. Spain 3.73
    44. Trinidad and Tobago 3.73
    45. Paraguay 3.59
    46. Nigeria 3.55
    47. Indonesia 3.53
    48. Rwanda 3.51
    49. Timor Leste 3.43
    50. South Korea 3.21
    51. New Zealand 3.10
    52. Cambodia 3.00
    53. Oman 2.86
    54. Mauritius 2.82
    55. Botswana 2.81
    56. Bahrain 2.80
    57. Honduras 2.73
    58. Venezuela 2.67
    59. Puerto Rico 2.66
    60. Hong Kong 2.59
    61. Georgia 2.13
    62. Malawi 2.09
    63. China 2.00
    64. Kyrgyzstan 2.00
    65. Peru 1.78
    66. Ukraine 1.77
    67. Belgium 1.77
    68. Ecuador 1.72
    69. Iceland 1.70
    70. Dominican Republic 1.61
    71. Montenegro 1.60
    72. Malta 1.47
    73. Canada 1.41
    74. Syria 1.39
    75. Australia 1.30
    76. Albania 1.28
    77. United Kingdom 1.28
    78. Swaziland 1.14
    79. Senegal 1.12
    80. Norway 1.10
    81. Mauritania 0.98
    82. Austria 0.97
    83. Kenya 0.97
    84. Mali 0.90
    85. Cameroon 0.87
    86. Saudi Arabia 0.85
    87. Estonia 0.80
    88. Pakistan 0.74
    89. Czech Republic 0.69
    90. Libya 0.68
    91. Netherlands 0.65
    92. United Arab Emirates 0.64
    93. Poland 0.64
    94. El Salvador 0.60
    95. Moldova 0.55
    96. Kuwait 0.39
    97. Finland 0.39
    98. Hungary 0.38
    99. Germany 0.38
    100. Denmark 0.25
    101. Tanzania 0.19
    102. Nepal 0.11
    103. Lithuania 0.11
    104. Laos 0.10
    105. Greece 0.01
    106. Costa Rica -0.02
    107. Italy -0.05
    108. Slovakia -0.06
    109. South Africa -0.20
    110. Ireland -0.21
    111. Mongolia -0.42
    112. Sweden -0.43
    113. Singapore -0.47
    114. Sierra Leone -0.53
    115. Israel -0.55
    116. Philippines -0.58
    117. Brunei -0.73
    118. Japan -0.78
    119. Benin -0.81
    120. Latvia -0.82
    121. Serbia -1.01
    122. Bosnia and Herzegovina -1.10
    123. Chad -1.12
    124. Croatia -1.13
    125. Cyprus -1.22
    126. Bulgaria -1.32
    127. Armenia -1.41
    128. Cape Verde -1.49
    129. Qatar -1.56
    130. Zambia -1.57
    131. Malaysia -1.80

    In order to capture the idea that both high inflation and deflation are detrimental, inflation enters the model in a U-shaped manner as follows: for values of inflation between 0.5 and 2.9 percent, a country receives the highest possible score of 7. Outside this range, scores decrease linearly as they move away from these values.

    Source: World Economic Forum