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Tables and Charts on Inequality of Wealth and Income Distribution

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Gini Coefficient Map: 2009

The following graph measures Gini Coefficients, differences in national income equality, around the world as of 2009.

Highest and Lowest Nominal GDP Data by Country, 2008

This table displays the world's ten largest economies based on Gross Domestic Product (GDP) data, alongside the ten countries with the lowest GDP, according to the World Development Indicators database, World Bank.

Average GDP per Capita in 20 High Income Countries and 20 Low Income Countries

Regional Share of World GDP: A Historical Perspective

Voting Shares at the IMF and the World Bank: 2009

 
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