Special Report

Countries With the Widest Gaps Between Rich and Poor

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24. Togo
> GDP per capita: $1,667 (178th out of 186 countries)
> Poverty rate: 55.1% (5th out of 115 countries)
> Pct. of population living under $1.90 a day: 51.1% (6th out of 101 countries)
> Unemployment rate: 4.1% (155th out of 187 countries)
> Population: 8.1 million

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23. Ghana
> GDP per capita: $5,652 (136th out of 186 countries)
> Poverty rate: 23.4% (51st out of 115 countries)
> Pct. of population living under $1.90 a day: 12.7% (26th out of 101 countries)
> Unemployment rate: 4.5% (140th out of 187 countries)
> Population: 30.4 million

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22. Rwanda
> GDP per capita: $2,325 (169th out of 186 countries)
> Poverty rate: 38.2% (23rd out of 115 countries)
> Pct. of population living under $1.90 a day: 56.5% (5th out of 101 countries)
> Unemployment rate: 1.4% (181st out of 187 countries)
> Population: 12.6 million

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21. South Sudan
> GDP per capita: $00 (0th out of 186 countries)
> Poverty rate: 76.4% (1st out of 115 countries)
> Pct. of population living under $1.90 a day: 76.4% (1st out of 101 countries)
> Unemployment rate: 12.7% (37th out of 187 countries)
> Population: 11.1 million

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20. Chile
> GDP per capita: $27,002 (60th out of 186 countries)
> Poverty rate: 8.6% (105th out of 115 countries)
> Pct. of population living under $1.90 a day: 0.3% (77th out of 101 countries)
> Unemployment rate: 11.5% (45th out of 187 countries)
> Population: 19.0 million