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always wanted to do this thread to discuss the human development that you have Norwegian that is currently considered one of the most high in the world

According to the latest study by the UNDP It is located in Norway among the countries with the greatest development in the world 2011

http://hdrstats.undp.org/en/countries/profiles/NOR.html

well I would like to discuss about if all Norwegians are happy with this, if development reaches to all the inhabitants of Norwegian actually, which makes more Government to be more developed every day, in order
 

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Being #1 is always a bragging right, sure, but the differences between the top 20 countries are usually quite small. And if it reaches all; no it doesn't - e.g. there are many people in Oslo living on the street. Usually there is a reason for that - drug abuse, psychiatric cases, illegal immigrants - but they are there.

Other than that, I dunno what you want to know - it certainly doesn't mean we are without challenges. Imo, the biggest one right now is that we have a non-functioning housing market, which in addition to becoming prohibitively expensive for young people will also quite probably end up causing some kind of economic problems down the road.

So it's nice being #1, but no cause for complacency.
 

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good but apparently you Norwegians are not so arrogant in Europe by his great human development as other countries that there are the world if they are arrogant with its maximum development, such as United States, chile,... in order

but those who live on the street are mostly Spanish

Being #1 is always a bragging right, sure, but the differences between the top 20 countries are usually quite small. And if it reaches all; no it doesn't - e.g. there are many people in Oslo living on the street. Usually there is a reason for that - drug abuse, psychiatric cases, illegal immigrants - but they are there.

Other than that, I dunno what you want to know - it certainly doesn't mean we are without challenges. Imo, the biggest one right now is that we have a non-functioning housing market, which in addition to becoming prohibitively expensive for young people will also quite probably end up causing some kind of economic problems down the road.

So it's nice being #1, but no cause for complacency.
 

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The housing market works. It just doesn't work for everyone, like we think it should. If you're already a home owner, it works splendidly.
 

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The housing market works. It just doesn't work for everyone, like we think it should. If you're already a home owner, it works splendidly.
No, it don't work. You confuse it being dysfunctional with it not benefiting anyone. Of course there are people that benefits from todays housing market, just like there are with most dysfunctional things (see other previous real estate bubbles like Spain, the US) ... Which is usually why the situations is allowed to be become dysfunctional in the first place.
 
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