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Thursday, 26 November 2020

People from more than 30 countries around the world, including India, want to live in Canada, Japan second and Spain third.

Bhaskar Special: People from more than 30 countries around the world, including India, want to live in Canada, Japan second and Spain third.




Ramitili compiled a ranking of the top 10 countries based on a search of people from 100 countries
The Corona epidemic changed public opinion, leading to a better life

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Financial services provider Remitili has compiled a map based on searching data from 100 countries, stating in which part of the world do people want to live in order to have a good lifestyle and a natural climate? Canada tops the list. People from more than 30 countries, including India, want to live there. Japan came in second with 13 countries, including the United States, Australia and Canada, while Spain came in third with 12 countries.

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said Joe McKenzie, Remitilina's business manager. The Corona epidemic has given people the opportunity to choose the country of their choice again in the year 2020. "Canada is beautiful and the people there are very friendly," Ramitili said.

Moreover, a good salary in a job also makes Canada a popular country. The organization has given this ranking based on 'Where does the world want to go?', In which 10 countries have been selected. Germany is fourth, Qatar fifth, Australia sixth, Switzerland seventh, Portugal eighth, Norway ninth and the United States and Britain are joint tenths.




The people of Spain want to go to France, the choice of the Russians is
according to the map of Qatar Ramidili, the people of Europe and Germany want to go to Switzerland while the people of Spain prefer France. Greeks want to live in Germany, New Zealand in Fiji, and Fijians in New Zealand. Most Americans want to start a new life in Canada. The Japanese prefer Britain to the Russians.

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