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These Are the Countries That Don't Have Any Oil

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20. Lebanon
> Oil reserves: 0.0 barrels
> GDP: $82.7 billion
> GDP per capita: $12,119
> Population: 6.8 million

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19. Slovenia
> Oil reserves: 0.0 barrels
> GDP: $83.5 billion
> GDP per capita: $39,769
> Population: 2.1 million

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18. Paraguay
> Oil reserves: 0.0 barrels
> GDP: $93.2 billion
> GDP per capita: $13,069
> Population: 7.1 million

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17. Jordan
> Oil reserves: 0.0 barrels
> GDP: $105.7 billion
> GDP per capita: $10,355
> Population: 10.2 million

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16. Panama
> Oil reserves: 0.0 barrels
> GDP: $115.6 billion
> GDP per capita: $26,782
> Population: 4.3 million

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