Global 0.001%

State of Power 2013

24 January 2013

Just 11 million people, or 0.15%, control $42 trillion dollars or two thirds of world GDP. An even tinier group of people, 0.001%, control a third of that amount. Where are they based? What could this money pay for? How much wealth does that leave for the rest of us?

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These infographics are produced as part of TNI's State of Power 2013 report, a visual insight into who is dominating the planet at a time of systemic economic and ecological crisis.

Global 0.01%

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