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Without cost. Free goods and services usually come with some strings attached. For example, one may receive a free item with an order to buy another item. Some dispute whether such bonuses are really free. See also: Sweetener.
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10 for Working Journalists' Day, saying: "The ruling party thinks that Turkey has the freest media in the West.
Hong Kong: Hong Kong yesterday retained the title of the world's freest economy for the twentieth year in a row, with rival Singapore closing the gap between the two cities.
Kenya has remained democratic since its independence and enjoys one of the freest and most vigorous presses on the continent.
The world's freest economy is Hong Kong followed by Singapore and New Zealand, while the worst grades have been awarded to Congo, Myanmar and Venezuela.
On average, the poorest 10% of people in the freest nations are more than twice as prosperous as the average population of the countries with the least economic freedom.
The "freest" countries were still Finland, the Netherlands, and Norway.
He wrote the culture minister, 'The president has said in his interviews that Iran is the freest country in the world, so it is not clear why a book about the late Mr.
Egypt's presidential election, set to be the freest it has ever had, began for citizens abroad on Friday after a caustic televised debate between two candidates that produced no clear favourite to lead the most populous Arab nation.
Gulf Air Chief Commercial Officer Karim Makhlouf also told media in Copenhagen yesterday EoAC" where the airline's first flight to Denmark landed at around 4.30am EoAC" that Bahrain was ranked the freest economy in the Middle East and North Africa region.
He alone, with the Virgin Mary, kept Poland the freest country in the Soviet Bloc.
However, those gains were not enough for it to mount a strong challenge to Bahrain, named the freest Middle East economy, in 10th place globally, with a score of 77.7.