2) Hong Kong
Hong Kong is a dynamic, dense and rich city, which is led by a president who goes by the title “Chief Executive.” This thriving city is a haven for low taxes. The GDP growth rate of Hong Kong is 2.9 percent, GDP per capita is $52,700 and trade balance as a percentage of GDP is 2.1 percent.
Denmark is right on top of the list. The nation’s GDP growth rate is 0.1 percent, GDP per capita is $37,800 and trade balance as a percentage of GDP is 6 percent. The Danish flexicurity model offers a high flexibility in hiring and firing practices. There is absolutely no corruption in Denmark.