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In the 21st century’s toughest test yet of governing, the Nordics stand out

After almost a year of the pandemic, the region’s societal model has made it "the most promising" in charting a sustainable path out of the crisis, according to the World Economic Forum. HSBC says that superiority is down to generous social safety nets and high digitization.

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It’s already clear that Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland have suffered a smaller economic setback during the Covid-19 crisis than the euro zone or the UK.

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