on the most expensive furniture in the world article By now, most of you know that the US is the most unequal country in the developed world.
As a result, most people aren’t happy with the state of the country.
It is not surprising, then, that the average household spends about $3,000 more per year than the US median income, or about $4,400 less per year.
That means that the richest 10% of Americans own more than 50% of the nation’s wealth, which is one of the highest in the OECD.
And they are buying it, too.
According to a recent study, the median US home sold for $1.4 million in 2014.
That’s $1,821 per square foot, or roughly 20% more than the median household in the UK.
But it’s not just the US that has this problem.
Australia has the most unaffordable housing market in the G7, and that’s not the only country where this is true.
In the UK, there are two other countries with housing markets that are far worse.
In Sweden, the richest fifth of the population own just 10% or less of the wealth, while the poorest fifth own 30%.
According to one estimate, a household with a wealth of £3.3 million could afford to pay off their mortgage in the next 20 years.
In Ireland, the poorest tenth of the households have a wealth that is equivalent to just a tenth of a percent of the total GDP.
And the wealth of the richest tenth in France and Germany is a little more than half of that of the poorest.
The median household income in Sweden is just over $8,000.
That translates to $2,300 per square feet.
But that is the median, and there are millions of people living in Sweden with far less.
The poorest tenth have just a few thousand dollars.
In France, the middle class has a wealth equal to just over 3% of GDP.
But they own more wealth than the richest third.
In Germany, the wealthiest fifth own 40% of wealth.
That wealth is equal to a little over a tenth (or 6% of global GDP).
In France and the UK the richest 20% own 30% of total wealth.
And in Italy the richest 30% own about 40%.
In all of these countries, the average house sold for less than the average income.
In both France and Britain, the number of homes sold has declined by at least 25% in the last 15 years.
So, what does this mean for us?
The problem is not only that housing is expensive in Sweden.
It also means that we have to build our own homes, or we’ll end up paying a lot of money for them.
The problem isn’t that the median house is going to be much cheaper than the one the middle or the rich own.
It’s that we are living in a country that has become the envy of the world, where people are being forced to live in miserable conditions.
The middle class, and especially the wealthy, have become the new poor.
As the number and the percentage of the middle and upper classes rises, so too does the demand for cheap, substandard housing.
It will be a very tough transition for most people, as the country will become a major hub for the importation of cheap foreign goods and a major transit point for migrants.
It won’t be the end of the road for most of us.
We will be living in an expensive country.
But we can choose to live there more cheaply.
And we can do that with better infrastructure and a strong social safety net.
There are ways to achieve the opposite of what the middle has become.
The Swedish government is planning to build a giant shopping mall in Stockholm, but it won’t cost us much.
We could build a shopping mall that is built on a park in central Stockholm and then built around the entire city, in the suburbs and on the river.
Or we could build on a site in the middle of the city and then build around it.
Or, if we want to save the money for our own housing, we could instead build a small shopping mall.
It would not cost much more than a typical shopping mall, but would make the area much more accessible to residents of the surrounding areas.
Or it could be built next to a public transport system and then, instead of paying for the construction, you could pay to use it.
If we want a better quality of life for ourselves, we should be willing to build on top of a well-developed public transport network and to build it on public parks and green spaces.
The government of Sweden is planning a shopping centre.
But there is a lot more to be done.
The US has been built on the premise that everyone has the right to own a home.
That is not the case in the United States.
The only way to be a homeowner in the US, unlike in Sweden, is to