Income share held by the highest 10 percent of the population

percent, 1981–2014

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    1981 Ranking
    1. Brazil 45.88
    2. Venezuela 43.45
    3. Thailand 35.51
    4. Costa Rica 33.73
    5. Uruguay 33.32
    6. Ethiopia 27.52
    7. Canada 24.33
    8. Australia 23.33
    2014 Ranking
    1. Colombia 42.16
    2. Paraguay 41.58
    3. Brazil 40.66
    4. Mexico 39.70
    5. Panama 38.89
    6. Guatemala 38.36
    7. Honduras 38.36
    8. Nicaragua 37.87
    9. Costa Rica 36.85
    10. Bolivia 36.41
    11. Ecuador 35.24
    12. Cameroon 34.96
    13. Peru 33.00
    14. El Salvador 32.31
    15. Uruguay 30.78
    16. Argentina 30.75
    17. Georgia 29.83
    18. Burkina Faso 29.60
    19. Vietnam 29.06
    20. Niger 26.78
    21. Armenia 25.74
    22. Montenegro 25.72
    23. Mongolia 25.47
    24. Tajikistan 25.42
    25. Poland 25.18
    26. Mauritania 24.75
    27. Kyrgyzstan 22.89
    28. Belarus 22.56
    29. Moldova 22.09
    30. Ukraine 20.62

    Percentage share of income or consumption is the share that accrues to subgroups of population indicated by deciles or quintiles.

    Source: World Bank Development Research Group