Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Top 50 Richest Countries in the World - 2012

Forbes recently revealed the world's richest countries. To rank the world’s wealthiest countries, Forbes looked at GDP per capita adjusted for purchasing power for 182 nations. According to Forbes, Qatar is the worlds richest country with a per capita income of $88,222. Blessed with the third-largest natural gas reserves in the world. If wealth equals money then Qatar will be the strongest power center in the world, says the Forbes. Now take a look at other countries in the list of top 50 richest countries in the world of 2012. Take a look...


1. Qatar


GDP (PPP) per capita: $88,222

2. Luxembourg


GDP (PPP) per capita: $81,466

3. Singapore


GDP (PPP) per capita: $56,694

4. Norway


GDP (PPP) per capita: $51,959

5. Brunei



GDP (PPP) per capita: $48,333

6. United Arab Emirates


GDP (PPP) per capita: $47,439

7. United States


GDP (PPP) per capita: $46,860

8. Hong Kong


GDP (PPP) per capita: $45,944

9. Switzerland



GDP (PPP) per capita: $41,950

10. Netherlands


GDP (PPP) per capita: $40,973

11. Australia


GDP (PPP) per capita: $39,764

12. Austria


GDP (PPP) per capita: $39,761

13. Ireland


GDP (PPP) per capita: $39,492

14. Canada



GDP (PPP) per capita: $39,171

15. Kuwait


GDP (PPP) per capita: $38,775

Here is the rest of the top richest countries from the list. Unfortunately, we did not get an accurate GDP values of these countries. Anyway take a look...

16. Sweden


17. Iceland


18. Denmark


19. Belgium


20. Germany


21. Taiwan Province


22. United Kingdom


23. Finland


24. France


25. Japan


26. The Bahamas


27. Korea


28. Spain


29. Israel


30. Italy


31. Cyprus


32. Greece


33. Slovenia


34. New Zealand


35. Bahrain


36. Oman


37. Czech Republic


38. Malta


39. Seychelles


40. Portugal


41. Barbados


42. Saudi Arabia


43. Slovak Republic


44. Antigua and Barbuda


45. Trinidad and Tobago


46. Poland


47. Hungary


48. Estonia


49. Equatorial Guinea


50. Croatia