Special Report

25 of the Most Affordable Rich Countries

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5. Russia
> Affordability index: 58% less than avg.
> GDP per capita: $26,456 (#35 highest out of 44 countries)
> Population (2020): 146,459,803 (#9 largest out of 44 countries)

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4. Colombia
> Affordability index: 58% less than avg.
> GDP per capita: $13,449 (#41 highest out of 44 countries)
> Population (2020): 50,911,747 (#18 largest out of 44 countries)

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3. Indonesia
> Affordability index: 61% less than avg.
> GDP per capita: $11,445 (#43 highest out of 44 countries)
> Population (2020): 269,603,000 (#7 largest out of 44 countries)

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2. India
> Affordability index: 63% less than avg.
> GDP per capita: $6,166 (#44 highest out of 44 countries)
> Population (2020): 1,380,004,000 (#2 largest out of 44 countries)

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1. Turkey
> Affordability index: 66% less than avg.
> GDP per capita: $28,393 (#33 highest out of 44 countries)
> Population (2020): 83,384,688 (#12 largest out of 44 countries)

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