- The Henley Passport Index, an annual ranking of the most powerful passports in the world based on how many countries the holder can enter without a visa, was just released.
- Japan secured the top spot with access to 191 countries this year, a position it previously shared with Singapore.
- Asia dominated the list, with Singapore landing in the No. 2 spot while South Korea tied with Germany for No. 3.
- A US passport provides access to 183 countries in 2020, giving it an eighth place ranking. Passports from 16 other countries provide better access than the US. The read more >>>
Source : BusinessInsider.Com