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By Matt Mabe
Are you feeling happier these days? According to the World Values Survey released this summer, most of the planet is. The happiest countries in the world are an eclectic mix of Nordic, Alpine, Maritime, and Tropical. Curiously, some of these most cheerful places are characterized by high taxes, rugged terrain, poor weather, or low income. So what are they doing right? A look at the top 10 countries on the list offers some clues. Click ahead to find out.
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