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PM: Bhutanese Getting More Sleep, Lifting Happiness Index

People in Bhutan are happier now than they were five years ago according to a survey of social well-being released by the tiny Himalayan kingdom that, among other things, measures whether they are getting enough sleep. Mostly Buddhist Bhutan, wedged between China and India, launched the Gross National Happiness (GNH) index in 2010 to include indicators ignored by conventional GDP - the monetary value of all goods and services produced in a country. These range from quality-of-life...

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