The world’s top 10 richest countries have a lot in common, but according to the Economist Intelligence Unit, the top 10 countries with the most wealth are all among the world’s most unequal.
The United States, Canada, Germany, France, Japan, United Kingdom, Italy and Italy are the richest countries, according to their respective rankings.
This ranking is the culmination of a year-long series by the Economist, the world leader in economic and financial research.
To measure inequality, the researchers took into account income and wealth, education levels, household size and employment status, and the share of people living in poverty.
Their analysis is based on the World Wealth Report released by the United Nations in 2016.
They focused on countries with at least 1 million people, which means that a country with 1 million residents is considered wealthy.
The ranking of the 10 richest nations is based not only on the size of their economies, but also on their ability to generate income from exports, which includes things like services and real estate.
The poorest countries on the list have the least amount of income generated from exports.
According to the report, in 2017, the 10 poorest countries produced an average of just $1.28 in exports per person, which is the lowest in the world.
China, India, Brazil, the United States and South Korea are among the 10 worst nations, producing $5.65 in exports in 2017.
India, the third worst nation, produced $11.13 per person.
Meanwhile, the poorest nations are also the biggest buyers of foreign exchange, which they use to purchase goods and services from abroad.
Brazil, for example, is the largest buyer of foreign currency in the developed world.
It accounted for 30 percent of the world currency market in 2017 and imported $11 trillion in goods and $10 trillion in services.
Brazil is also the world leading exporter of diamonds, nickel and copper, as well as cocoa.