Luck is often cited as one of the factors necessary for success. Nowhere is that truer than in Yangon, the capital of Myanmar, where the city’s poorest residents’ names are put in a hat and the lucky few who are pulled out get housed.
Since its amicable separation from Serbia in 2006, Montenegro has climbed steadily up rankings that measure its success economically and its attractiveness to investors.
Like its neighbour Thailand, Malaysia has a pretty respectable record when it comes to social housing.
Social welfare is a matter close to the Vietnamese nation’s collective heart. One of the few remaining Communist strongholds in the region, emotions when it comes to all things social are naturally high, with the citizens of the country expecting equitable distribution of wealth and a guaranteed minimum standard of living.
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