Special Report

Countries Where People Live the Longest

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35. Chile
> Life expectancy at birth: 79.5 years
> Smoking rate (15+): 37.8%
> Health expenditure per capita: $1,903
> Population: 18,054,726
> GDP per capita: $22,767

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34. Lebanon
> Life expectancy at birth: 79.6 years
> Smoking rate (15+): 33.8%
> Health expenditure per capita: $1,117
> Population: 6,082,357
> GDP per capita: $13,191

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33. Cuba
> Life expectancy at birth: 79.7 years
> Smoking rate (15+): 35.2%
> Health expenditure per capita: $00
> Population: 11,484,636
> GDP per capita: $00

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32. Costa Rica
> Life expectancy at birth: 79.8 years
> Smoking rate (15+): 11.9%
> Health expenditure per capita: $1,286
> Population: 4,905,769
> GDP per capita: $15,552

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31. Cyprus
> Life expectancy at birth: 80.5 years
> Smoking rate (15+): 36.4%
> Health expenditure per capita: $2,137
> Population: 1,179,551
> GDP per capita: $32,415

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