Special Report

Countries Where People Live the Longest

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50. Oman
> Life expectancy at birth: 77.0 years
> Smoking rate (15+): 11.1%
> Health expenditure per capita: $1,636
> Population: 4,636,262
> GDP per capita: $37,961

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49. Montenegro
> Life expectancy at birth: 77.1 years
> Smoking rate (15+): 45.9%
> Health expenditure per capita: $957
> Population: 622,471
> GDP per capita: $16,465

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48. Mexico
> Life expectancy at birth: 77.1 years
> Smoking rate (15+): 14.0%
> Health expenditure per capita: $1,009
> Population: 129,163,276
> GDP per capita: $17,331

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47. Brunei Darussalam
> Life expectancy at birth: 77.2 years
> Smoking rate (15+): 16.9%
> Health expenditure per capita: $2,083
> Population: 428,697
> GDP per capita: $71,809

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46. United Arab Emirates
> Life expectancy at birth: 77.3 years
> Smoking rate (15+): 28.9%
> Health expenditure per capita: $2,426
> Population: 9,400,145
> GDP per capita: $67,293

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