Japan, Singapore and South Korea have the world's most powerful passports

Pedro Gonçalves
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Japan, Singapore and South Korea have the world's most powerful passports

In a demonstration of Asia's growing power and influence on the world stage, Japan, Singapore and South Korea now hold joint top spot on the Henley Passport Index. Following closely behind is Germany with a score of 188, in second place, after it received a visa-exemption from Uzbekistan. The country previously shared third place with France. Denmark, Finland, France, Italy and Sweden are sharing the 3rd place with a score of 187. Luxembourg and Spain came in 4th, then Britain as 5th, a...

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