In terms of the share of women in ministerial positions, 11 out of 146 countries, led by Albania, Finland and Spain, have 50% or more ministers who are women. Further, populous countries such as India, Türkiye and China have less than 7% ministers who are women and countries like Azerbaijan, Saudi Arabia and Lebanon have none. The score distributions across each subindex offer a more detailed picture of the disparities in country-specific gender gaps across the four dimensions. Figure 1.3 marks the distribution of individual country scores attained both overall and by subindex. If a company has $500,000 in current assets and $250,000 in current liabilities, its Current Ratio is 2 ($500,000 / $250,000), indicating that it has twice the assets to cover its immediate obligations. Financial ratios are mathematical comparisons of financial statement accounts or categories.