North America's 1 percent are not pulling their weight, according to a new study by CitiGroup. Boomberg summarizes:Part of their "Decline Watch" series
The number of Asians with at least $100 million in disposable assets overtook North America’s tally for the first time as the world’s “economic center of gravity” continued moving east, Citigroup Inc.’s (C) private bank said.James Poulos notes that this might actually be dangerous for Asian countries...MORE
There were 18,000 “centa-millionaires” in Southeast Asia, China and Japan at the end of 2011, compared with 17,000 in North America and 14,000 in Western Europe, the bank said today in The Wealth Report 2012, published in partnership with Knight Frank LLP.
Friday, March 30, 2012
U.S. Top 1% Not Pulling Their Weight: "Asia now leads the world in centa-millionaires"
From Foreign Policy's Passport blog: