According to the Credit Suisse Global Wealth Report, 41 percent of the world’s millionaires live in the United States. Japan comes a very distant second with 8 percent. This gap wasn’t always so pronounced – Japan’s millionaire population fell considerably in recent years while the United States has experienced a significant increase. Globally, Europe has the highest density of millionaires. France is home to 7 percent of them while Germany and the UK follow closely with 6 percent each.

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Where The World's Millionaires Reside

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