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Table 1 Countries Included in the Analysis by Income Status

From: Multi-Country analysis of palm oil consumption and cardiovascular disease mortality for countries at different stages of economic development: 1980-1997

Historically High-Income Countries
Australia, Canada, Finland, France, Hong Kong, Italy, New Zealand, Netherlands, Norway, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, United States
Developing Countries
Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Egypt, Greece, Mexico, Peru, Russia, Thailand, Venezuela
  1. Data: World Bank World Development Indicators. "High-Income Countries" are those countries which have, with rare exception, always ranked in the top 30 nations in terms of per capita GDP since the 1970s.
  2. Unlike other countries included in the analysis, Hong Kong's official status is different and has changed over time. However, its economic and administrative organization functioned in ways largely similar to an independent country for the vast majority of the analysis period.