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5. New Zealand

Kiwis may not enjoy the best shopping in the world, nor the best nightlife, but New Zealand’s top qualities lie in more modest pursuits. According to FutureBrand’s report, New Zealand’s most prominent traits as a brand are the country’s natural beauty (ranked fifth in the world) and the authenticity of its people (also ranked fifth).

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