platinum pre-owned, platinum motorsports,plenty of money for platinum owners,kitcos platinum,motorsports source Al Jazeera English title Platinum owners are worth more than their cars article More than half of the people in the platinum-wealthiest country in the world own cars, according to a new report. 

The research by the think tank Carbon Brief, which also looked at the global luxury car market, found that the median platinum wealth was worth more per capita than the median global wealth for the previous three years. 

More than two-thirds of platinum owners owned a car in the past year, according the report, which looked at 10,000 people who were asked the same question in 2018.

Carbon Brief’s researchers said that the majority of those owners were also in the top 10 per cent of wealth for that year.

“A number of factors explain why platinum wealth is so highly concentrated,” said Adam Smith, Carbon Brief’s chief economist.

“It is largely the result of a combination of high levels of wealth and high levels in car ownership.

The richest 1 per cent now own almost half of all new cars sold in the United States, and in Europe and Japan, it is the second highest share.”

The most important reason for this is the way the global economy works.

In a world where most goods and services are produced in factories, cars are the least costly way to get them.

This means that cars are a major way to escape poverty, and they are also an important means of transport for the vast majority of the world’s population.

“But car ownership has also been a crucial part of the wealth of many of the richest people in recent decades, especially those who own multiple cars.”

As a result, platinum wealth has risen substantially among people in their 60s and 70s.

They also own many cars, and most of them are quite old and relatively new.””

The report also reveals that, for most people, platinum ownership is concentrated among people with high levels, wealth and mobility.

It also shows that the wealth gap between the richest and the poorest people is larger than it has been for decades.

“The study found that about 90 per cent owned cars that were worth less than $150,000.

“For most of the past 15 years, we’ve been seeing a huge rise in wealth among the very wealthy. “

It’s a big change from a decade ago,” said Smith.

“For most of the past 15 years, we’ve been seeing a huge rise in wealth among the very wealthy.

That has continued into the present, when the gap between rich and poor has widened to unprecedented levels.”

This wealth is largely concentrated in the hands of the super-rich.

They are also the biggest consumers of cars, driving them more than ever.

The problem is that they also tend to own the most expensive cars.

That’s where the wealth gaps come in.

“People who drive cars that are a little more expensive have the most to lose.”

Carbon Calculators data show that the top one per cent have seen their wealth rise by an average of $5.9 million in the last three years, while the bottom 80 per cent lost their wealth by an equivalent of $8.3 million.

“That means the top 1 per 100 people own more than they ever did in their lifetime,” Smith said.

“For the bottom 40 per cent, that’s almost $7,000.”