With quiz: Less than half of Brits can do basic financial sums
According to research conducted by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), financial literacy in the UK is way behind that of Hong Kong, where 84 per cent of adults can answer simple questions.
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Britain was also found to be performing worse than a host of other countries including Brazil, the Czech Republic, Poland, Georgia, Turkey, Hungary, Lithuania and Portugal.
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