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The Queen of England gets a supreme salary … see how other world leaders stack up

CNBC Logo By Kenneth Kiesnoski of CNBC | Slide 1 of 11: Worth more than $3 billion at last count, President Donald Trump famously promised during the 2016 U.S. presidential to draw no salary should he be elected and, thus far, he's been keeping his promise, donating presidential pay in quarterly chunks to various government department such as the Department of Health and Human Services. Wondering how much the president makes exactly in his current job, and how his salary stacks up compared to other world leaders — and the average citizen who voted him in? British financial services firm IG Group has compiled an online comparative database of how various elected, appointed and lifetime leaders of OECD countries are compensated. Here's a look at one such measure, the annual salaries, in U.S. dollars, of the top 10 best-paid global leaders, and how many times the average per capita GDP of the nations they govern they earn.By CNBC's Kenneth Kiesnoski. Sources: IG Group , Google/World BankPosted 26 April 2018

Worth more than $3 billion at last count, President Donald Trump famously promised during the 2016 U.S. presidential to draw no salary should he be elected and, thus far, he's been keeping his promise, donating presidential pay in quarterly chunks to various government department such as the Department of Health and Human Services.

Wondering how much the president makes exactly in his current job, and how his salary stacks up compared to other world leaders — and the average citizen who voted him in? British financial services firm IG Group has compiled an online comparative database of how various elected, appointed and lifetime leaders of OECD countries are compensated.

Click through the slideshow to take a look at one such measure, the annual salaries, in U.S. dollars, of the top 10 best-paid global leaders, and how many times the average per capita GDP of the nations they govern they earn.

By CNBC's Kenneth Kiesnoski. Sources: IG Group , Google/World Bank
Posted 26 April 2018

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