The Guardian: Six wealthiest countries host less than 9% of world's refugees
US, China, Japan, Germany, France and UK accommodate just 2.1 million refugees, according to Oxfam report
The six wealthiest countries in the world, which between them account for almost 60% of the global economy, host less than 9% of the world’s refugees, while poorer countries shoulder most of the burden, Oxfam has said.
According to a report released by the charity on Monday, the US, China, Japan, Germany, France and the UK, which together make up 56.6% of global GDP, between them host just 2.1 million refugees: 8.9% of the world’s total.
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