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According to the "Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Report 2017", the Federal Republic has fallen by 31 seats in the security zone. It is therefore at 51th place between Mongolia and the Gambia.
Germany is becoming increasingly insecure - according to Davos economic experts
According to a study published every two years, the "Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Report 2017" published by the renowned World Economic Forum in Davos, the Federal Republic has fallen by 31 places in the security category in the security category between 2015 and the economic experts between Mongolia and Gambia ranked 51nd place.
The safest is Finland, the most unsafe Colombia
In the area of "Safety and Security", the Federal Republic is thus behind countries such as Rwanda, Kuwait or Tajikistan. According to the study, Finland (1), the Emirates (2) and Iceland (3) score points. At the lowest end of the rankings are El Salvador, Yemen and Colombia.
Safety awareness has changed significantly.
originally posted by: WUNK22
Why? Why the change? What's different about Germany that could possibly be a reason for this?