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Oct 22, 2009

For the first time since the Commitment to Development Index was created in 2003, Sweden ranks first in the annual assessment of wealthy countries' policies that boost prosperity in the developing world. Index architect David Roodman released the 2009 rankings at the European Development Days in Stockholm, on October 22. Learn why Sweden tops the list and how other countries perform by exploring the souped-up multilingual CDI web site, listening to the second episode of CGD’s new Global Prosperity Wonkcast, or reading the brief and press release.

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