Which countries are the richest in the world?
The richest people in the US and UK are the sons of the country’s richest men, according to a new report by the International Monetary Fund.
The report, based on the richest people’s wealth in each country from 2010, says the top 10 richest people were all of South Asian origin.
South Asian is defined as people who are Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi, Tamil or Nepalese.
The report says South Asians have the highest wealth in terms of per capita income and the richest citizens have an average net worth of $8,200, compared to $1,700 for Indians, $600 for Pakistanis, $350 for Bangladeshis and $270 for Indians.
The richest people of each country are:1.
Saina Nehwal, co-founder of the United States-based wealth management company Pershing Square2.
Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s co-founders and co-CEO3.
Warren Buffett, billionaire investor and investor4.
Warren Buffet, the chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway and the founder of Berkshire-Junk bond fund5.
Andrew Carnegie, the founder and former president of Carnegie Institute of Pittsburgh6.
Bill Gates, Microsoft co-owner7.
Amancio Ortega, the former mayor of Montevideo, Uruguay8.
Paul Singer, the billionaire financier who has donated millions to Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump9.
Sheldon Adelson, casino magnate and founder of Las Vegas Sands10.
George Soros, hedge fund manager, philanthropist and founder and chairman of Open Society Foundations.
The study also found that South Asians had the highest share of the world’s wealth.
This means that while the richest South Asians make up about 11% of the global population, they account for about 25% of global wealth.
They have the second highest share in terms and percentage of the worldwide wealth, behind only the US, at 15.3%.
The report also found South Asians were the most likely to own businesses, making up about 27% of all private wealth in the region.
It found that in 2010, South Asians owned about 11.6% of private wealth.
The US had the second largest share at 12.4%.
India has the highest percentage of private property in the entire world at 13.5%.
India and South Asia are home to more than a third of the population of the Americas, and more than half of the entire population of Africa.
They also have the largest economies in the Asia Pacific region, and the third largest economies worldwide.
India and Pakistan have the world second largest Muslim populations, and they have the biggest Muslim population in Asia Pacific at 27 million.