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Sunday //29July2007 - 11:27 (UTC) Yojnana - pdf Thursday, 21 June 2007 - 9:52 (UTC) - According to a researched published on the 5th of December 2006 by the UNU-WiNDER (United Nations University - World Institute for Development Economic Research) with head offices in Helsinki (Finland), dully updated by Holos System, the planetís total wealth, estimated as 150,000 billion PPP Dollars net from debts, is spread among 4 billion people over 20 years of age as follows: 1 per cent the population (40 million people) holds 40 per cent (60,000 billion Dollars), an average of 1,500,000 Dollars per-capita; another 1 per cent (40 million people) holds 10 per cent (15,000 billion dollars), an average of 375,000 Dollars per-capita; 8 per cent the population (320 million people) holds 36% (52,500 billion Dollars), an average of 164,000 Dollars per capita; 40 per cent the population (1,600 million people) holds 14 per cent (21,000 billion Dollars), an average of 13,125 Dollars per-capita; 50% the population (2 billion people) holds less than 1 per cent (1,500 billion Dollars), an average of 750 Dollars per-capita. http://www.wider.unu.edu/research/2006-2007/2006-2007-1/wider-wdhw-launch-5-12-2006/wider-wdhw-press-release-5-12-2006.htm.

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