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Top 10 Richest countries by Continent

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All the GDP per capita is counted here in PPP

 

Asia

  1. 1. Qatar –approximately USD 138000 per capita
  2. 2. Macau–approximately USD 114000per capita
  3. 3. Singapore–approximately USD 105000per capita
  4. 4. Brunei Darussalam–approximately USD 85000per capita
  5. 5. United Arab Emirates–approximately USD 70000per capita
  6. 6. Kuwait–approximately USD 67000per capita
  7. 7. Hong Kong–approximately USD 66000per capita
  8. 8. Taiwan–approximately USD 57000per capita
  9. 9. Saudi Arabia–approximately USD 56000per capita
  10. 10. Bahrain–approximately USD 52000per capita

 

Europe

  1. 1. Luxembourg–approximately USD 112000per capita
  2. 2. Ireland–approximately USD 87000per capita
  3. 3. Norway–approximately USD 79000per capita
  4. 4. Switzerland–approximately USD 67000per capita
  5. 5. San Marino–approximately USD 62000per capita
  6. 6. The Netherlands -approximately 60000per capita
  7. 7. Iceland–approximately USD 57000per capita
  8. 8. Sweden–approximately USD 56000per capita
  9. 9. Denmark–approximately USD 55000per capita
  10. 10. Germany–approximately USD 54000per capita

 

America

  1. 1. United States–approximately USD 67000per capita
  2. 2. Canada–approximately USD 52000 per capita
  3. 3. Puerto Rico-approximately USD–USD 41000per capita
  4. 4. Aruba–approximately USD 41000per capita
  5. 5. Trinidad and Tobago–approximately USD 33000per capita
  6. 6. The Bahamas–approximately USD 32000per capita
  7. 7. Saint Kitts and Nevis–approximately USD 31000 per capita
  8. 8. Antigua and Barbuda–approximately USD 30000per capita
  9. 9. Panama–approximately USD 28000per capita
  10. 10. Chile- approximately USD27000per capita

 

Africa

  1. 1. Sicily–approximately USD 33000per capita
  2. 2. Mauritius–approximately USD 26000per capita
  3. 3. Equatorial Guinea–approximately USD 20000per capita
  4. 4. Gabon–approximately USD 19000per capita
  5. 5. Botswana–approximately USD 17000per capita
  6. 6. Algeria–approximately USD 16000 per capita
  7. 7. Egypt–approximately USD 13500per capita
  8. 8. South Africa–approximatelyUSD13000per capita
  9. 9. Tunisia–approximately USD 12000per capita
  10. 10. Namibia–approximately USD 11500per capita

Reference: The list was compiled by Global Finance Magazine and howmuch.net with data from the International Monetary Fund (IMF).


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Abdus Salam

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