Special Report

Countries With the Widest Gaps Between Rich and Poor

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9. St. Lucia
> GDP per capita: $16,132 (84th out of 186 countries)
> Poverty rate: 25.0% (40th out of 115 countries)
> Pct. of population living under $1.90 a day: 4.6% (31st out of 101 countries)
> Unemployment rate: 17.1% (14th out of 187 countries)
> Population: 183,000

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7. Colombia
> GDP per capita: $16,012 (85th out of 186 countries)
> Poverty rate: 35.7% (26th out of 115 countries)
> Pct. of population living under $1.90 a day: 4.9% (30th out of 101 countries)
> Unemployment rate: 15.4% (23rd out of 187 countries)
> Population: 50.3 million

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7. Angola
> GDP per capita: $6,966 (130th out of 186 countries)
> Poverty rate: 32.3% (32nd out of 115 countries)
> Pct. of population living under $1.90 a day: 49.9% (7th out of 101 countries)
> Unemployment rate: 7.7% (79th out of 187 countries)
> Population: 31.8 million

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6. Botswana
> GDP per capita: $18,553 (76th out of 186 countries)
> Poverty rate: 0.0% (.th out of 115 countries)
> Pct. of population living under $1.90 a day: 14.5% (23rd out of 101 countries)
> Unemployment rate: 17.7% (13th out of 187 countries)
> Population: 2.3 million

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5. Brazil
> GDP per capita: $15,300 (89th out of 186 countries)
> Poverty rate: 0.0% (.th out of 115 countries)
> Pct. of population living under $1.90 a day: 4.6% (31st out of 101 countries)
> Unemployment rate: 13.7% (30th out of 187 countries)
> Population: 211.0 million