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Top 10 Richest Countries in the World … “INCREDIBLE”

Living in one of the richest countries in the world gives you the chance to make all your dreams come true. It allows you to live the most luxurious life on earth and enjoy complete welfare. Staying in a rich country means that you are going to find all what you need for living an exceptional and satisfactory life that is more than enough for making you live happily since you can find the best education, excellent health care, high standard of living, high incomes, highly developed infrastructure, amenities and all what you may dream of to enjoy your life alone or with your family. Ranking the richest countries in the world differs according to the organizations, estimations and calculations that are used for listing these countries. This means that you can find more than one list showing you the richest countries in the world but in different orders and you may also find other countries that are not included in other lists of the richest countries depending on the calculations and estimations that are used. Here is a quick glance at the top 10 richest countries in the world and they are ranked on the basis of the GDP (PPP) per capita that they have.

10. United States – $53,001

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It is impossible to say that you have expected the United States to come here on this list as the 10th richest country in the world since it always comes at the top of different lists and holds the 1st position even on the list of the most hated countries in the world and the most popular immigration destinations. The United States possesses the largest national economy in the world, is one of the leading countries in the field of presenting advanced technological products and has abundance of natural resources. The GDP (PPP) per capita in the United States is estimated to be approximately $53,001 to be the lowest on this list.

9. Switzerland – $53,977

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Switzerland is not just one of the richest countries in the world, but it is also highly ranked in terms of offering the best quality of life which means that staying in this country allows you to enjoy a satisfactory and comfortable life especially in Zürich and Geneva. Switzerland has a high-tech and stable economy and the diverse sources of income in the country include banking, agriculture and tourism. The country is widely renowned for manufacturing the finest watches and is ranked as the 15th largest exporter and the 17th largest importer of goods in the world. The GDP (PPP) per capita in Switzerland is around $53,977 to be the 9th highest one on this list.

8. San Marino – $62,766

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San Marino is the 8th richest country in the world with a GDP (PPP) per capita of nearly $62,766. Its economy is highly stable and is chiefly based on industry, services, finance and tourism which make the country one of the most developed and wealthiest countries in the world. San Marino does not have national debt and the unemployment rate in it is very low which allows you to find a job. The total population in the country is estimated to be around 32,576 people only to be ranked amongst the least populated countries in the world.

7. United Arab Emirates – $63,181

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The United Arab Emirates is one of the wealthiest countries in the world since its GDP (PPP) per capita is estimated to be nearly $63,181. The economy of the country is chiefly based on tourism, natural gas and the oil production that contributes to making the country ranked as one of the largest oil producing countries in the world. The United Arab Emirates offers its citizens high standards of living, high incomes, fascinating and highly developed infrastructure and extremely low unemployment rates which makes the country ranked as one of the most popular immigration destinations in the world especially for Arab and Asian immigrants from the surrounding countries.

6. Norway – $64,363

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Norway is the 6th richest country in the world with a high GDP (PPP) per capita of around $64,363 and it has a total population of about 5.13 million people. The economy of the country relies chiefly on oil, natural gas reserves, seafood, minerals, hydropower, fresh water and agricultural products. The economy of Norway is known to be healthy and stable which allows it to stay ranked as one of the wealthiest countries in the world.

5. Kuwait – $70,785

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It is known for being one of the largest oil producing countries in the world which is the main reason behind ranking the country as one of the wealthiest countries in the world. The GDP (PPP) per capita in Kuwait is estimated to be nearly $70,785 making the country ranked as the 5th richest country in the world. Kuwait is also one of the most popular immigration destinations in the world especially for the immigrants from the surrounding Arab countries and this is caused by the strong and stable economy, political stability, high standard of living, high incomes, extremely low unemployment rate and amenities that make the residents enjoy a luxurious life there.

4. Brunei – $73,823 

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Brunei is the 4th richest country in the world as the GDP (PPP) per capita in it is estimated to be nearly $73,823. Brunei is also one of the smallest countries in the world in terms of its population as the country has a total population of about 415,717 people only. The main reason behind making the country rich and increasing its wealth is that the economy in this country is chiefly based on the natural gas and crude oil that represent 90% of its GDP. Being rich allows the country to avoid the problem of suffering from public debt as it is zero in this country.

3. Singapore – $78,762 

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Singapore is the 3rd richest country in the world with a high GDP (PPP) per capita that is estimated to be approximately $78,762. The country has a diversified and powerful economy that is mainly based on tourism, trade and manufacturing that represents more than 25% of the total GDP in Singapore. Singapore is also renowned for being one of the major commercial hubs in the world and is highly ranked amongst the countries that have the highest income inequalities in the world.

2. Luxembourg – $90,333

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The GDP (PPP) per capita in Luxembourg is estimated to be approximately $90,333 making the country ranked as the 2nd richest country in the world. The economy in Luxembourg is highly advanced and stable which contributes to increasing the wealth of the country. The high level of innovation, low inflation, low taxes and the unemployment rates which are extremely low are responsible for making the country ranked here on this list for several times and making it one of the most popular destinations especially for business owners who seek for starting and running their business without high taxes. The total population of the country is estimated to be nearly 549,680 people only.

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1. Qatar – $145,894 

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It is difficult to believe that Qatar is ranked here as the richest country in the world thanks to the high GDP (PPP) per capita in it as it is estimated to be nearly $145,894 to be the highest in the whole world. The country is also ranked as one of the most popular immigration destinations in the world especially for Asian and Arab immigrants and this is caused by the unemployment rates which are extremely low, high incomes, high standards of living and the wonderful and highly developed infrastructure which allow the immigrants to enjoy living a better life. The main reason that is responsible for making Qatar wealthy is possessing the 3rd largest oil and natural gas reserves in the world. Being rich has given Qatar the chance to host the 2022 FIFA World Cup to be the 1st country in the Arab region to host this international event.

Living in one of the wealthiest countries in the world means enjoying the most luxurious life on earth and political stability, so which country of the above ones do you choose to live in?

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