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okay, for those who are about to answer, remember, there is a difference between GDP (Gross Domestic Product) and GNP (Gross National Product), when i mean GNP, tell me what country converted to American $ actually has the most money, it might not have many rich people as the US, Luxembourg, Britain, Qatar, or France does.


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united states man, i am not even kidding


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Most likely the United States with our multi-trillion dollar national debt.


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