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Assets Index

The assets index is a measure for the value of assets in the country. The index can be very high in very rich countries. The index depends on the value in cash plus the value of all the loans given to others, less the sum of the loans taken by the country. The index is increased by the value of all the corporations owned by the country.

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Assets Index The assets index is a measure for the value of assets in the country. The index can be very high in very rich countries. The index depends on the value in cash plus the value of all the loans given to others, less the sum of the loans taken by the country. The index is increased by the value of all the corporations owned by the country.