Do you know? What are Top 10 Richest Countries in The World (2017)? Know about world's richest countries by GDP | Per Capita [2017 List]. In fact, these wealthiest Nations has world's strongest economy, and this list is based on their GDP and (PPP) Per Capita or say annual income of per person living in these wealthy countries.
NOTE: Income Stats that are used in this video are taken from Forbes, to make it much more legit and accurate.
So, the list of Top 10 Richest Countries in The World of 2017 is here:
Population - 16.9 million
GDP (PPP) Per Capita: $40,975 (As estimated from 2009-2016)
The Dutch are more than just a tulip country. Its success comes from three key sectors mining, agriculture, and manufacturing.
GDP (PPP) Per Capita: $42,310 (As estimated from 2009-2016)
Swiss banking and financial institutions keep this country and its economy a float. Zurich and Geneva, Switzerland's most well-known cities, have consistently ranked among the top ten highest living standard cities in the world.
8. Hong Kong
Population in 2016 - 7,346,248
GDP (PPP) Per Capita: $46,110 (As estimated from 2009-2016)
Hong Kong is an autonomous territory, and former British colony, in southeastern China. Its vibrant, densely populated urban center is a major port and global financial hub with a skyscraper-studded skyline.
7. United States of America (U.S.A)
GDP (PPP) Per Capita: $46,870 (As estimated from 2009-2016)
While most nations on the list have small populations (relatively), it is impressive that the world's largest economy.
The United States, can maintain a per capita GDP (PPP) of $46,870, considering its population of over 315 million people.
6. United Arab Emirates (U.A.E.)
GDP (PPP) Per Capita: $47,440 (As estimated from 2009-2016)
The UAE is the second largest economy in the Arab world after Saudi Arabia.
This Middle Eastern federation of emirates has a land area of about 32,278 sq. miles, which means it could easily fit within New York State (54,556 sq. miles).
With a population of 9.2 million people, it's a bit more populated than the state of New Jersey. A third of the $47,440 per capita economy comes from oil revenues, while the service sector and
telecommunications also contribute significantly.
GDP (PPP) Per Capita: $48,410 (As estimated from 2009-2016)
Brunei, a small country with a wealthy economy that is a mixture of foreign and domestic entrepreneurship, government regulation and welfare measures, and village tradition has led to GDP per capita (PPP) of 48,410.
It is almost completely supported by exports of crude oil and natural gas. Like other oil countries in the list the government has shown progress in diversifying the economy away from just oil and gas.
GDP (PPP) Per Capita: $51,850 (As estimated from 2009-2016)
Driven by fishing, natural resources, and major petroleum exploration, Norway is the eighth largest exporter of crude oil.
Norway is the 9th largest exporter of refined oil, and 3rd largest exporter of natural gas in the world. This Nordic nation's per capita GDP of $51,850 allows its 4.97 million people to reap the
benefits of a small yet robust economy.
GDP (PPP) Per Capita: $56,690 (As estimated from 2009-2016)
The basis of Singapore's wealth is its financial services sector, a chemical export industry, and its liberal economic policies that
encourage growth and innovation.
Singapore has the second busiest port in the world, exporting $414 billion of goods in 2011 alone.
This tiny city-state has moved up from 5th position to take 3rd with per capita income (PPP) of $56,690 which is five times the average per capita income for an ordinary individual in the world.
GDP (PPP) Per Capita: $81,456
A symbol of wealth, number two on the list has a per capita GDP (PPP) of $81,456 The backbone of this strong economy
is its vibrant financial sector, prudent fiscal policies,
and dynamic industrial and steel sectors.
Banking in Luxembourg is the largest sector of its economy with an asset base of over $1.24 trillion alone.
GDP (PPP) Per Capita: $88,220 (As estimated from 2009-2016)
Qatar ranks number one on the list of the top 10 richest nations
because of its high GDP (PPP) per capita of $88,220.
Qatar has a well-developed oil exploration industry where the petroleum industry accounts for 70% of its government revenue,
60% of its GDP and 85% of its export earnings.
However, Qatar is also the most controversial country on the list for its use of forced labor from nations throughout Asia and parts of Africa.
Now you know about world's Top 10 Most wealthiest countries,.
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