The Greatest Rich-Poor Divides in South China Sea
Nations ranked highly have large gaps between the incomes of rich and poor citizens. Nations low on the list have high levels of income equality.
As a region, South China Sea is ranked 432nd in the world for Greatest Rich-Poor Divides.
|1.||The Queen's State of South China Sea||Anarchy||“Bolder tries”|
|2.||The Queen's State of Law of the Sea||Anarchy||“Territory”|
|3.||The Queen's State of Georgian Bay||Anarchy||“State”|
|4.||The Queendom of Caymen City||Anarchy||“State”|
|5.||The Queendom of Ryana Lynn||Anarchy||“Peace and Justice”|
|6.||The Queen's State of Brookfield Cross||Corporate Bordello||“Home”|
|7.||The Holy Red Rogue Nation of Mercenary Heaven||Father Knows Best State||“A nation of soldiers that fight for each other”|
|8.||The Queen's State of Blaque Elliott||Left-Leaning College State||“I'm One”|
|9.||The Queen's State of Braeloch||Conservative Democracy||“Looking Up”|