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Take a look at World Development Indicators (WDI) for the GINI Index for selected countries and years.
The World Income Inequality Database (United Nations University's World Institute for Development Economics Research) provides various measures of income inequality for 152 countries or areas in some cases dating back to pre-1960. Also see Measuring Income Inequality Database from the World Bank.
The University of Texas Inequality Project is concerned with measuring and explaining movements of inequality in wages and earnings and patterns of industrial change around the world. Coverage includes national and regional inequality data for Argentina; Brazil; China; Cuba; Europe; India; Russia; and the United States. National and industrial inequality data for Taiwan is also included.
The Luxembourg Income Study Key Figures provides summary level national statistics as well as gender inequality statistics.