The top two countries, according to research by international real estate and investment immigration firm Astons, via BusinessTech, with the widest reality gap between the top 1% and the average citizen, are Qatar and the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
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Conversely, countries that attract HNWIs tend to be very healthy and normally have low crime rates, good schools and good business opportunities.”
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