March 14, 2018

List of top 25 richest countries in the world 2018

Qatar ranks number one on our list of top 25 richest nations in the world as of 2018 because of its high GDP (PPP) per capita of $127,523. It’s well-developed oil exploration industry accounts for 70% of their government revenue which makes it top the list. Below are 25 richest countries in the world according to the word bank.

1. Qatar - GDP per capita (PPP) - 127,523
2. Luxembourg - GDP per capita (PPP) - 105,882
3. Singapore - GDP per capita (PPP) - 87,856
4. Brunei - GDP per capita (PPP) - 77,441
5. Kuwait (2015) - GDP per capita (PPP) - 73,817
6. United Arab Emirates - GDP per capita (PPP) - 72,419
7. Ireland - GDP per capita (PPP) - 68,883
8. Switzerland - GDP per capita (PPP) - 62,882
9. Norway - GDP per capita (PPP) - 59,302
10. The United States  - GDP per capita (PPP) - 57,467
11. Saudi Arabia - GDP per capita (PPP) - 54,431
12. Iceland - GDP per capita (PPP) - 51,399
13. Netherlands - GDP per capita (PPP) - 50,898
14. Austria - GDP per capita (PPP) - 50,078

15. Denmark - GDP per capita (PPP) - 49,496
16. Sweden - GDP per capita (PPP) - 49,175
17. Germany - GDP per capita (PPP) - 48,730
18. Bahrain (2015) - GDP per capita (PPP) - 47,333
19. Australia - GDP per capita (PPP) - 46,790
20. Belgium - GDP per capita (PPP) - 46,383
21. Canada - GDP per capita (PPP) - 44,025
22. Finland - GDP per capita (PPP) - 43,053
23. The United Kingdom - GDP per capita (PPP) - 42,609
24. Japan - GDP per capita (PPP) - 41,470
25. France - GDP per capita (PPP) - 41,466