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What does F2T stand for?

F2T stands for Freedom to Trade (various locations)

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The index of economic freedom for 2012, which is based on 2010 values, pivots around five major pillars, namely size of government, commercial and economic law and security of property rights, access to sound money, freedom to trade internationally and regulation of credit, labor and business.
The Economic Freedom of the Arab World report compares and ranks Arab nations in five areas of economic freedom: size of government, including expenditures, taxes and enterprises, commercial and economic law and security of property rights, access to sound money; freedom to trade internationally; and regulation of credit, labour, and business.
The Economic Freedom of the Arab World report compares and ranks Arab nations in five areas of economic freedom: size of government, including expenditures, taxes, and enterprises; commercial and economic law and security of property rights; access to sound money; freedom to trade internationally; and regulation of credit, labour, and business.
The report measures economic freedom in five different areas: size of government, legal structure and security of property rights, access to sound money, freedom to trade internationally, and regulation of credit, labour and business.
The Report measures economic freedom in five different areas: size of government, legal structure and security of property rights, access to sound money, freedom to trade internationally, and regulation of credit, labour and business.
The index measure the degree of economic freedom in five broad areas: (1) size of government expenditure; (2) legal system and property rights; (3) monetary and financial policies; (4) freedom to trade internationally; and (5) governmental and commercial regulations including the labor and business regulations.
The report compares and ranks Arab nations in five areas of economic freedom, namely size of government, including its expenditures, taxes and enterprises, commercial and economic law and security of property rights, access to sound money, freedom to trade internationally and the regulation of credit, labour and business.
The Fraser Institute's Freedom of the World report assesses individual countries according to 42 criteria including the percentage of the economy accounted for by Government activity, the presence of price controls, the legal structure and security of property rights, the freedom to trade, and the regulation of credit and business.