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Credit Suisse finds those with assets exceeding $50m total 218,200 after post-pandemic ‘explosion of wealth’Credit Suisse finds those with assets exceeding $50m total 218,200 after post-pandemic ‘explosion of wealth’

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The number of Chinese millionaires is expected to double by 2026, according to a report by Credit Suisse issued on Tuesday, despite Beijing's national drive to ease wealth inequality and a sharply slowing economy.The number of Chinese millionaires is expected to double by 2026, according to a report by Credit Suisse issued on Tuesday, despite Beijing's national drive to ease wealth inequality and a sharply slowing economy.

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The report said wealth per adult in India has risen at an impressive average annual rate of 8.8 per cent since the year 2000 and stood at $15,535 at the end of 2021, which is far below the global mean.By year-end 2021, median wealth in India had fallen to 41% of the world value, but median wealth in China had risen to 338 per cent.The report said wealth per adult in India has risen at an impressive average annual rate of 8.8 per cent since the year 2000 and stood at $15,535 at the end of 2021, which is far below the global mean.By year-end 2021, median wealth in India had fallen to 41% of the world value, but median wealth in China had risen to 338 per cent.

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