Special Report

Countries Where People Live the Longest

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30. Germany
> Life expectancy at birth: 80.6 years
> Smoking rate (15+): 30.6%
> Health expenditure per capita: $5,357
> Population: 82,695,000
> GDP per capita: $45,229

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29. Denmark
> Life expectancy at birth: 80.7 years
> Smoking rate (15+): 19.1%
> Health expenditure per capita: $5,083
> Population: 5,769,603
> GDP per capita: $46,683

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28. Slovenia
> Life expectancy at birth: 80.8 years
> Smoking rate (15+): 22.5%
> Health expenditure per capita: $2,734
> Population: 2,066,748
> GDP per capita: $31,401

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27. Austria
> Life expectancy at birth: 80.9 years
> Smoking rate (15+): 29.6%
> Health expenditure per capita: $5,138
> Population: 8,809,212
> GDP per capita: $45,437

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26. United Kingdom
> Life expectancy at birth: 81.0 years
> Smoking rate (15+): 22.3%
> Health expenditure per capita: $4,145
> Population: 66,022,273
> GDP per capita: $39,753

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