List of the Top-50 Richest Countries in the World. Qatar leads the list of the richest countries followed by Luxembourg and Macau.
List of the richest countries in the world
Based on data presented by the International Monetary Fund , in 2017, according to the values of Gross Domestic Product per capita measured in relation to purchasing power parity (PPP), Qatar is the richest country in the world , with the value of 129,726 dollars, followed by Luxembourg, with 101,936 dollars and Macau closes the podium of the richest countries in the world , with 96,147 dollars of GDP per capita. There are several ways to measure the wealth of countries in the world, as well as other sources such as the World Bank or the United Nations . This is a formula that introduces the cost of living and the inflation rate into the variables and in this way we have a more realistic view of the richest and poorest countries in the world. Otherwise, the largest countries in the world in terms of area or the largest countries in the world in terms of population always benefited more than the smallest countries, either in terms of territory or population , and were always in the top positions in this type of list.
10th San Marino
San Marino is one of the smallest countries in terms of area and population in Europe but is one of the richest countries in the world with US$64,443.
9th United Arab Emirates
Unsurprisingly, the United Arab Emirates is present in the top-10 of the richest countries in the world, with US$67,696.
One of the most developed nations with the highest purchasing power, Norway is the third country in Europe on this list with a value of US$69,296.
The 2nd richest country in Europe has a GDP per capita of 69,374 dollars, thanks to foreign investment and development in technological areas.
With US$71,263, Kuwait ranks in the second half of the top-10 of the world’s richest countries , thanks to oil and natural gas.
Perhaps the least known name on this list, however, is among the elite of the world’s rich countries , with $79,710.
One of the most emerging economies in recent years is in 4th place in terms of the richest countries in the world , with US$87,082.
The former Portuguese colony ranks 3rd in the club of the richest countries in the world and is the 2nd richest in Asia, with US$96,147.
The richest country in Europe and one of the smallest in the world in terms of area is on the podium with a value of US$ 101,936 relative to GDP per capita measured against PPP.
Qatar is the richest country in the world according to gross domestic product per capita measured against purchasing power parity (PPP), with $129,726.
List of the 50 Richest Countries in the World
|Position||Parents||per capita GDP|
|9||United Arab Emirates||67,696|
|42||Trinidad & Tobago||31,933|