Is it surprising that China (31st) ranks just in front of Italy (32nd), Greece (36th) and Spain (37th) in the Youthonomics Global Index? Less so when we examine the 9 pillars that compose the Index.
To begin with, in many ways these countries are not as developed as their richer European counterparts. Then, and more intuitively, the crisis has hit these countries, and especially their youth, hard. Lastly, tomorrow looks a lot brighter for the Red Dragon’s heir.Read More