RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil is the second country in the world with the second-highest concentration of income in the world. The wealthiest one percent account for 28.3 percent of the country's total income.
The data places Brazil behind only Qatar, where the proportion is 29 percent. In these two countries, almost a third of the income is in the hands of the wealthiest. The study is based on the Human Development Report (HDR) of the United Nations (UN), released on Monday, December 9th.
In third place in the list appears Chile, which concentrates 23.7 percent . . .