Which countries spend the most on elevators?

By LOUISE LANG, Associated PressAUSTIN, Texas (AP) The United States spends the most per capita on elevating its elevators per capita in the world.

It also has the highest percentage of residents who do not use them, according to a report released Tuesday by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

There are about 9.3 million Americans who do the job, according a report by the World Health Organization.

The U.N. agency said the U,S.

was second to China for the most residents who did not use elevators.

The U.K. was third with 3.8 million residents who didn’t use them.

China, the top market, had 2.7 million residents.

U.S.-based Elevate, a New York-based company, said in its report that the Us. was behind China in terms of how much residents used elevators in 2013, and that the report also showed how many people are commuting to work from the U by elevators and other forms of transportation.

The report found that elevators account for about 30% of the population, or about 1.6 million people, and nearly 10% of all transportation-related deaths.

The United Kingdom and France have the most users per capita, while the U., Germany, Australia and Canada have the least, the report said.

The data showed that about one-third of all Americans, or 6.4 million, use elevations, while about 3.6% of Americans do not, according the report.