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Emerging markets Compared by Crime > Prisoners > Foreign prisoners

DEFINITION: Prisoners who are foreign nationals, expressed as a percentage share of total prison population. Data for 2003.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH
1 Malaysia 39.6% 2003
2 Estonia 35.8% 2003
3 Hungary 4.4% 2003
=4 Thailand 2.9% 2003
=4 Chile 2.9% 2003
6 South Africa 2.1% 2003
7 Bulgaria 2% 2003
=8 Russia 1.7% 2003
=8 Turkey 1.7% 2003
=10 Ukraine 1.6% 2003
=10 Lithuania 1.6% 2003
12 Poland 1.5% 2003
13 Mexico 0.9% 2003
14 Romania 0.7% 2003
=15 Latvia 0.6% 2003
=15 Colombia 0.6% 2003
=15 Philippines 0.6% 2003
18 Indonesia 0.5% 2003
19 Brazil 0.4% 2003
20 China 0.03% 2003

Citation

"Countries Compared by Crime > Prisoners > Foreign prisoners. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", International Centre for Prison Studies - World Prison Brief. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/group-stats/Emerging-markets/Crime/Prisoners/Foreign-prisoners

Emerging markets Compared by Crime > Prisoners > Foreign prisoners

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Interesting observations about Crime > Prisoners > Foreign prisoners

  • Luxembourg ranked first for prisoners > foreign prisoners amongst European Union in 2003.
  • Andorra ranked first for prisoners > foreign prisoners amongst Europe in 2003.
  • Switzerland ranked first for prisoners > foreign prisoners amongst High income OECD countries in 2003.
  • Malaysia ranked first for prisoners > foreign prisoners amongst Emerging markets in 2003.
  • Greece ranked second for prisoners > foreign prisoners amongst NATO countries in 2003.
  • United States ranked last for prisoners > foreign prisoners amongst Group of 7 countries (G7) in 2003.
  • France ranked 6th last for prisoners > foreign prisoners amongst Eurozone in 2003.
  • Cyprus ranked first for prisoners > foreign prisoners amongst Heavily indebted countries in 2003.
  • China ranked last for prisoners > foreign prisoners amongst Cold countries in 2003.
  • Slovenia ranked first for prisoners > foreign prisoners amongst Eastern Europe in 2003.
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