The world’s richest countries can be measured by GDP (gross domestic product). The gross domestic product (GDP) of developed countries is relatively larger than in developing countries. Capital income is greater than growth once and because the country’s economy is stronger Usually countries with reserves such as oil, gas and energy that are considered the richest countries in the world.
The richest countries have been fully developed and the citizens of that country can enjoy high standards of living such as the basic needs of life, human rights, health, food, education, clean water, transport facilities, infrastructure and equality.
The richest countries tourism industry that is fully developed and the country has a beautiful destination that attracts visitors around the world can play a very important role in the rise of that country’s economy.
Here is a list of the world’s richest countries in 2017 measured by the country’s GDP rate.
- Per capita GDP in San Marino is $ 44,643
San Marino is one of the richest country in the world with GDP (per capita) of $ 64,443 in Europe and its economy is considered the most stable economy with low tax rates and low unemployment. It is fully developed country has seen the country’s infrastructure and the use of modern technology it’s only country with more vehicles then people. The economy of the country depends on its financial sector, its banking sector, the industrial zone and the tourism sector. San Marino has the first democratic government in the world, the fifth smallest country in the world with a rich economy.
- United Arab Emirates – GDP per capita of $ 67,696
United Arab Emirates When the whole world wanted to visit a beautiful rich country Dubai should be Dubai’s infrastructure is very strong and modern that no one can miss the opportunity to visit it. This shows the strong tourist impact on the world, and its economy depends on its large oil and gas resources, making Dubai the richest country in the world with a GDP of 67,696 dollars. Employment rate is too high Anyone can find easy jobs here Dubai has the tallest building holder in the world Burj Khalifa with 828m. Dubai is in the list of the richest countries and deserves one.
- Norway – GDP per capita is $ 69,696
The nation is called the North State with an individual income of $ 69,296 is a Scandinavian country with high mountains, deep coastlines, glaciers and beautiful landscapes. Norway was an emerging economy and now with the best growth in GDP and the development of its economy with its capital reserves, assets, oil and gas reserves and development in the technology and human index, high living standards with large employment opportunities and industrial sector have become part of the richest countries in the world. Is a stable and well organized country with wooden houses that seek people’s attention and they definitely want to visit once in a lifetime.
- Ireland. Per capita GDP per capita is $ 69,374
The economic expert said Ireland has the best quality of life and is one of the richest countries in the world whose GDP is measured at 69,374 dollars and has a population of about 5 million. The life of humans in this country can enjoy the luxuries of a high standard of living Ireland’s economy depends largely on the trade industry, textiles, mining, food production and the banking sector. Is a high-tech country and innovations in new products due to growth in every sector called the Celtic Tiger. Which is the hub of tourism and this sector helps Ireland’s economy to the highest rank.
- Kuwait – GDP per capita is $ 71,263
Kuwait is an Arab country with the strongest economy, all dependent on oil reserves and has the sixth largest oil and oil reserves. Kuwait’s gross domestic product is $ 71,263, and the economy is based on other industries such as shipping, oil industries, waste water and banks. The Kuwaiti dinar is the highest currency in the world. Kuwait has the largest human development index is one of the best provider country jobs in the world and people are moving here at a very high cost just to know the luxuries and the secured future. Kuwait City is one of the eye candy destinations in the world just because of its beautiful buildings and breathtaking resorts. 5. Brunei – GDP per capita is $ 79,710
In South-East Asia, Brunei is a very small but richer country with a gross domestic product of US $ 79,710, a major source of natural gas, and its economy accounts for the production of crude oil and natural gas. A distinctive piece of land is a magnet for tourists and Bruni blessed with a natural and beautiful destination. Infrastructure and the highly developed human index have been developed with low tax rates and high employment opportunities in the world as all other countries that have oil and gas reserves Brunei government also lead their economy towards the strongest economies in the world.
- Singapore – GDP per capita is $ 87,082
In South Malaysia Singapore is the state of Iceland. The country has a GDP of about $ 87,082 has a higher per capita income with low tax rates and its economy is known as the most business friendly, free, and stronger. It is one of the least corrupt and highly developed country in the technology and innovation of new products also has a multi-cultural nation and highly developed trade market which helps its economy towards a boost. Her destination attracted tourists to visit places of Singapore such as the forest, the center, or the steaming tank. Singapore’s wealth depends on the chemical export industry, tourism and the banking sector.
- Macau-GDP per capita is $ 96,147
Macau is another on the list of the richest countries in the world has the richest economy in terms of GDP of $ 96,147 and its strong economy depends on gambling and tourists people admire this country because of the dream destination and strong infrastructure. Macau is the only legal gambling area in the China region. The swelling numbers of Chinese tourists and gamblers helped Macao fighters to increase GDP and become among the world’s highest-ranked. Macau is a developed country and the unemployment rate is very low and is one of the Asian regions with the highest human development index.
- Luxembourg GDP per capita: $ 101,936
Luxembourg is a small country This nation is the second largest investment fund in the world with a gross domestic product of $ 101,936 with a nine-fold global average. It is an advanced country with various industries such as rubber, chemicals and other industries, mostly rural with natural parks surrounded by Germany, France and Belgium. The unemployment rate is low here and the quality of living with all the basic needs is very high. It’s a stable economy that depends on the banking sector, the steel industry. Luxembourg is a favorite place for tourists as well as because of its capital, the city of Luxembourg, which has a large destination with old culture such as Isch-sur-Alzette, Isch-sur-Sur and many. Luxembourg is the symbol of wealth and the richest countries in the world.
- Qatar – GDP per capita: $ 12,972
Qatar is an Arab country and ranks first in the richest countries, and GDP in Qatar is $ 129,726 the highest per capita income in the whole world. It is a developed country with industries such as urea, steel plants, ammonia fertilizers. Qatar is rich in natural resources such as gas reserves and oil reserves which play a major role in the rise of its economy with jobs for foreigners as well. Due to its economic growth and wealth, Qatar has been chosen to host FIFA 2022 and will become the first Arab country to have the opportunity to hold this record.