Nytt

At velhavende og ressursfulle mennesker forlater europeiske land hvor de multikulturelle problemene er ved å vokse dem over hodet, er en trend som ikke får mye oppmerksomhet. Men den har vært vedvarende i lang tid: Både fra Sverige, Storbritannia, Tyskland, Nederland og Frankrike går det en stille strøm av mennesker.

Det er de menneskene intet samfunn har råd til å miste: Mennesker med formue og/eller mennesker med høy kompetanse.

Overall last year France lost approximately 3 percent of its total number of millionaires, while it’s capital, Paris, lost about six percent of its millionaires. That amounts to some 7,000 people from Paris alone, mostly to the UK, the USA, Canada, Australia and Israel, according to a report by New World Wealth, an agency which compiles data on the global wealth sector.

“The large outflow of millionaires from France is notable – France is being heavily impacted by rising religious tensions between Christians and Muslims, especially in urban areas. We expect that millionaire migration away from France will accelerate over the next decade as these tensions escalate,” the report warns.

China saw the second largest outward flow of millionaires last year, the authors found, followed by Italy, India, Greece, the Russian Federation, Spain and Brazil.

Australia was the largest recipient of new millionaires, with some 8000 coming to settle within her shores last year, mostly to Sydney, Melbourne and Perth. America picked up 7,000 millionaires, followed by Canada, Israel, the UAE and New Zealand.

London saw a net inflow of around 500 millionaires, although many of the 2,500 who left the city moved to other parts of England rather than leaving the country altogether.

“Most of the millionaires that left London were UK born whereas almost all of the millionaires that came into the city were from other countries,” the report’s authors note.

Hva som menes med «millionær» gis ikke en presis definisjon. 7.000 bare fra Paris er mange. Kanskje det menes de som eier verdier for over en million? I så fall er det plausibelt.

 

Overall last year France lost approximately 3 percent of its total number of millionaires, while it’s capital, Paris, lost about six percent of its millionaires. That amounts to some 7,000 people from Paris alone, mostly to the UK, the USA, Canada, Australia and Israel, according to a report by New World Wealth, an agency which compiles data on the global wealth sector.

“The large outflow of millionaires from France is notable – France is being heavily impacted by rising religious tensions between Christians and Muslims, especially in urban areas. We expect that millionaire migration away from France will accelerate over the next decade as these tensions escalate,” the report warns.

China saw the second largest outward flow of millionaires last year, the authors found, followed by Italy, India, Greece, the Russian Federation, Spain and Brazil.

Australia was the largest recipient of new millionaires, with some 8000 coming to settle within her shores last year, mostly to Sydney, Melbourne and Perth. America picked up 7,000 millionaires, followed by Canada, Israel, the UAE and New Zealand.

London saw a net inflow of around 500 millionaires, although many of the 2,500 who left the city moved to other parts of England rather than leaving the country altogether.

“Most of the millionaires that left London were UK born whereas almost all of the millionaires that came into the city were from other countries,” the report’s authors note.