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I would dare say Russia,they'd be living pretty high on the hog recently,economicly and all.But Brazil has a industrial boom going right now for the Olympics in 2012,but also has a booming crime rate that can't be handled by their present police enforcement.India,Africa and China are so large of populations,it would take years to research their health or weight problems,most of these countries also have a massive starving population,too large to help even with global aid and agricultural technology at their disposal.So it would be up to most countries to submit population counts on these particular problems.
I would say Brazil. Any country in the "New World" is likely to have an obesity problem due to the lack of education and the poor quality cheap processed food (except Canada), which in some ways is more like a European than an American country.
Syria is not part of BRICS you IDIOT!
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