Saturday, 4 June 2016

10 of the Richest (and Poorest) Countries in the World


When politicians and motivational speakers in some countries are trying to excite and inspire the people, to that some countries like Luxembourg and  Norway became the richest countries in the world. But some countries across the world became more poorest countries.

  These lists are based on the  GDP per capita of each 10 richest and poorest countries.  That is the sum value of the all of the finished goods produced within a country during a certain time period (often a year), divided by each country’s middle-of-the-year population. To provide a bit of perspective, we’ve included information on the cost to rent a small furnished apartment in some of these places as well.
10 of the richest countries in the world (ranked in order based on their GDP per capita)
Rank
Nation
GDP Per Capita (PPP) in USD
Monthly rent for a 900-square-foot furnished apartment in an expensive area
1
Luxembourg
$110,697.00
$2,260 (in Luxembourg)
2
Norway
$100,818.50
$2,539 (in Olso)
3
Qatar
$93,714.10
$3,353 (in Doha)
4
Macao SAR, China
$91,376.00
$1,864 (in Macao)
5
Switzerland
$84,815.40
$3,506 (in Zurich
6
Australia
$67,458.40
$2,358 (in Sydney)
7
Sweden
$60,430.20
$2,088 in (Stockholm)
8
Denmark
$59,831.70
$2,206 in (Copenhagen)
9
Singapore
$55,182.50
$3,750 (in Singapore)
10
United States
$53,042.00
$4,208 (in New York City)
sources: Expatistan and The World Bank
10 of the poorest countries in the world (ranked in order based on their GDP per capita)
Rank
Country
GDP Per Capita (PPP)
1
Malawi
$226.50
2
Burundi
$267.10
3
Central African Republic
$333.20
4
Niger
$415.40
5
Liberia
$454.30
6
Madagascar
$463.00
7
Congo, Dem. Rep.
$484.20
8
Gambia, The
$488.60
9
Ethiopia
$505.00
10
Guinea
$523.10
Source: The World Bank

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