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Richest European Countries

  5. Germany: $4.843 trillion (up 6.8%)

  6. Russia: $4.447 trillion (up 8.5%)

  9. France: $3.322 trillion (up 10.1%)

10. United Kingdom: $3.276 trillion (up 10.6%)

12. Italy: $2.697 trillion (up 9.6%)

16. Spain: $1.984 trillion (up 9.5%)

20. Poland: $1.412 trillion (up 8.9%)

27. Netherlands: $1079.2 trillion (up 7.5%)

35. Switzerland: $677.3 billion (up 7.4%)

36. Romania: $653.9 billion (up 10.9%)

37. Belgium: $645.4 billion (up 9.4%)

39. Sweden: $609.5 billion (up 7.8%)

Richest Asian Countries (with world ranking)

  1. China: US$27.072 trillion (up 11.9% from 2020)

  3. India: $10.181 trillion (up 13.4%)

  4. Japan: $5.634 trillion (up 6%)

  7. Indonesia: $3.53 trillion (up 6.9%)

11. Turkey: $2.874 trillion (up 12.9%)

14. South Korea: $2.503 trillion (up 8%)

18. Taiwan: $1.443 trillion (up 9.7%)

22. Thailand: $1.331 trillion (up 4.6%)

24. Pakistan: $1.157 trillion (up 7.7%)

25. Vietnam: $1.141 trillion (up 7.5%)

29. Philippines: $983.1 billion (up 6.9%)

30. Malaysia: $969 billion (up 7.2%)

31. Bangladesh: $953.4 billion (up 9.5%)

38. Singapore: $615.3 billion (up 9.9%)

Richest South American Countries

  8. Brazil: $3.438 trillion (up 9%)

28. Argentina: $1049.4 trillion (up 11.4%)

33. Colombia: $812.8 billion (up 11.5%)

45. Chile: $522.8 billion (up 15%)

48. Peru: $453.7 billion (up 14%)

68. Ecuador: $204.7 billion (up 6.5%)

80. Venezuela: $142.4 billion (down -1.6%)

93. Bolivia: $105 billion (up 8.7%)

94. Paraguay: $100.9 billion (up 8.3%)

99. Uruguay: $84.6 billion (up 6.8%)

Richest African Countries

21. Egypt: $1.381 trillion (up 7.1%)

26. Nigeria: $1.137 trillion (up 6.3%)

32. South Africa: $861.9 billion (up 8.8%)

43. Algeria: $532.6 billion (up 7.1%)

57. Morocco: $302.8 billion (up 9.5%)

58. Ethiopia: $298.6 billion (up 5.7%)

62. Kenya: $269.3 billion (up 9.4%)

66. Angola: $218 billion (up 2.9%)

71. Ghana: $193.6 billion (up 8.5%)

72. Sudan: $189.9 billion (up 4.5%)

73. Tanzania: $182.9 billion (up 7.8%)

76. Ivory Coast: $158.3 billion (up 9.8%)

83. Tunisia: $128.8 billion (up 6.7%)

88. Uganda: $115.9 billion (up 8.5%)

Richest North American Countries

  2. United States: $22.94 trillion (up 9.8%)

13. Mexico: $2.685 trillion (up 10.1%)

15. Canada: $2.027 trillion (up 9.5%)

Richest Middle Eastern Countries

17. Saudi Arabia: $1.734 trillion (up 6.5%)

23. Iran: $1.189 trillion (up 6.2%)

34. UAE: $699.4 billion (up 5.9%)

49. Iraq: $428.9 billion (up 7.4%)

50. Israel: $421.8 billion (up 10.9%)

61. Qatar: $273.9 billion (up 5.6%)

GDP per capita is based on population size.

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International Monetary Fund statistics at October 2021

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India (up 13.4%) & China (up 11.9%) beat USA’s 9.8% annual GDP gain at October 2021. (Next update Apr. 2022)

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Richest by 2021 GDP Per Capita

World’s Richest Countries by 2021 GDP

Richest Scandinavian Countries

39. Sweden: $609.5 billion (up 7.8%)

51. Norway: $378.4 billion (up 6.7%)

53. Denmark: $370.3 billion (up 7.5%)

Statistics are based on Purchasing Power Parity (PPP), a methodology that factors in living costs and inflation rates. PPP gives a clearer comparison of living standards among the different countries.

Richest Oceanian Countries

19. Australia: $1.427 trillion (up 7.3%)

64. New Zealand: $235 billion (up 8.8%)

Richest Nordic Countries

59. Finland: $293.6 billion (up 6.7%)

 Profit from latest insights on

1. Luxembourg: US$126,569 (up 7.3% from 2020) 2. Ireland: $111,360 (up 16%) 3. Singapore: $107,677 (up 9.3%) 4. Qatar: $100,037 (up 3.5%) 5. Switzerland: $78,112 (up 6.6%) 6. UAE: $74,245 (up 4.4%) 7. Norway: $69,859 (up 6.1%) 8. United States: $69,375 (up 9.5%) 9. Macao: $67,475 (up 22.8%)10. Brunei Darussalam: $65,675 (up 5.4%)11. San Marino: $65,446 (up 8.2%)12. Hong Kong: $65,403 (up 9.6%)13. Denmark: $63,405 (up 7.2%)14. Netherlands: $61,816 (up 7.2%)15. Taiwan: $61,371 (up 9.9%)16. Austria: $59,406 (up 7.13%)17. Iceland: $59,268 (up 5.7%)18. Germany: $58,150 (up 6.6%)19. Sweden: $57,425 (up 5.4%)20. Belgium: $55,919 (up 9.3%)21. Andorra: $55,764 (up 7.3%)22. Australia: $55,492 (up 7.2%)23. Bahrain: $53,128 (up 5.1%)24. Canada: $53,089 (up 8.9%)25. Finland: $53,084 (up 6.6%)26. France: $50,876 (up 9.8%)27. Saudi Arabia: $48,908 (up 5.2%)28. United Kingdom: $48,693 (up 10.3%)29. Korea: $48,309 (up 8%)30. Malta: $47,152 (up 8%)31. New Zealand: $45,880 (up 8.1%)32. Italy: $45,267 (up 9.7%)33. Israel: $44,966 (up 9%)34. Japan: $44,935 (up 6.5%)35. Kuwait: $44,609 (up 3.1%)36. Czech Republic: $43,714 (up 7.2%)37. Slovenia: $43,206 (up 9.7%)38. Cyprus: $42,832 (up 7.1%)39. Lithuania: $42,091 (up 8.4%)40. Spain: $42,074 (up 9.4%)41. Estonia: $41,892 (up 12.4%)42. Poland: $37,323 (up 9.2%)43. Puerto Rico: $37,170 (up 4.2%)44. Hungary: $36,849 (up 11.5%)45. Portugal: $36,543 (up 8.4%)46. Slovak Republic: $35,547 (up 8.2%)47. Aruba: $34,902 (up 16.4%)48. The Bahamas: $34,732 (up 4.5%)49. Latvia: $34,169 (up 8.5%)50. Turkey: $33,963 (up 11.5%)51. Romania: $33,833 (up 10.9%)52. Oman: $32,327 (up 3.2%)53. Greece: $31,821 (up 10.8%)54. Croatia: $31,112 (up 11%)55. Panama: $30,889 (up 14.4%)56. Russia: $30,431 (up 8.5%)57. Malaysia: $29,048 (up 5.9%)58. Seychelles: $28,060 (up 9.8%)59. Kazakhstan: $28,043 (up 5.6%)60. Chile: $26,513 (up 13.5%)61. Bulgaria: $25,847 (up 9%)62. Trinidad/Tobago: $25,526 (up 2%)63. Guyana: $24,494 (up 24.4%)64. St. Kitts/Nevis: $24,236 (up 1.5%)65. Uruguay: $23,869 (up 6.5%)66. Maldives: $23,838 (up 21.1%)67. Argentina: $22,892 (up 10.3%)68. Mauritius: $22,311 (up 8.8%)69. Costa Rica: $21,592 (up 6.5%)70. Belarus: $21,467 (up 6.4%)71. Montenegro: $21,387 (up 10.8%)72. Serbia: $21,243 (up 10.8%)73. Dominican Rep: $20,944 (up 12.5%)74. Mexico: $20,820 (up 9.1%)75. China: $19,090 (up 11.6%)76. Thailand: $19,028 (up 4.4%)77. Antigua/Barbuda: $18,801 (up 3.1%)78. Equatorial Guinea: $18,698 (up 4.5%)79. North Macedonia: $18,069 (up 7.7%)80. Botswana: $17,163 (up 10.8%)81. Suriname: $16,793 (up 3.1%)82. Georgia: $16,590 (up 11.7%)83. Gabon: $16,559 (up 3.8%)84. Bosnia/Herzegovina: $16,302 (up 7%)85. Grenada: $16,288 (up 5.8%)86. Brazil: $16,169 (up 8.6%)87. Colombia: $15,922 (up 10%)88. Albania: $15,487 (up 9.3%)89. Turkmenistan: $15,347 (up 7.2%)90. Azerbaijan: $15,299 (up 5.4%)91. Lebanon: $14,911 (up 29%)92. Armenia: $14,701 (up 10.3%)93. Moldova: $14,258 (up 10.2%)94. South Africa: $14,239 (up 7.1%)95. Barbados: $14,224 (up 6.8%)96. Ukraine: $14,146 (up 7.7%)97. Sri Lanka: $14,123 (up 6.8%)98. Iran: $13,993 (up 5.1%)99. St. Lucia: $13,739 (up 6.5%)100. Paraguay: $13,724 (up 6.8%)

1. China: US$27.072 trillion (up 11.9% from 2020) 2. United States: $22.94 trillion (up 9.8%) 3. India: $10.181 trillion (up 13.4%) 4. Japan: $5.634 trillion (up 6%) 5. Germany: $4.843 trillion (up 6.8%) 6. Russia: $4.447 trillion (up 8.5%) 7. Indonesia: $3.53 trillion (up 6.9%) 8. Brazil: $3.438 trillion (up 9%) 9. France: $3.322 trillion (up 10.1%)10. United Kingdom: $3.276 trillion (up 10.6%)11. Turkey: $2.874 trillion (up 12.9%)12. Italy: $2.697 trillion (up 9.6%)13. Mexico: $2.685 trillion (up 10.1%)14. South Korea: $2.503 trillion (up 8%)15. Canada: $2.027 trillion (up 9.5%)16. Spain: $1.984 trillion (up 9.5%)17. Saudi Arabia: $1.734 trillion (up 6.5%)18. Taiwan: $1.443 trillion (up 9.7%)19. Australia: $1.427 trillion (up 7.3%)20. Poland: $1.412 trillion (up 8.9%)21. Egypt: $1.381 trillion (up 7.1%)22. Thailand: $1.331 trillion (up 4.6%)23. Iran: $1.189 trillion (up 6.2%)24. Pakistan: $1.157 trillion (up 7.7%)25. Vietnam: $1.141 trillion (up 7.5%)26. Nigeria: $1.137 trillion (up 6.3%)27. Netherlands: $1079.2 trillion (up 7.5%)28. Argentina: $1049.4 trillion (up 11.4%)29. Philippines: $983.1 billion (up 6.9%)30. Malaysia: $969 billion (up 7.2%)31. Bangladesh: $953.4 billion (up 9.5%)32. South Africa: $861.9 billion (up 8.8%)33. Colombia: $812.8 billion (up 11.5%)34. UAE: $699.4 billion (up 5.9%)35. Switzerland: $677.3 billion (up 7.4%)36. Romania: $653.9 billion (up 10.9%)37. Belgium: $645.4 billion (up 9.4%)38. Singapore: $615.3 billion (up 9.9%)39. Sweden: $609.5 billion (up 7.8%)40. Ukraine: $584.1 billion (up 7.2%)41. Ireland: $561.5 billion (up 17.1%)42. Kazakhstan: $536.3 billion (up 7%)43. Algeria: $532.6 billion (up 7.1%)44. Austria: $531.4 billion (up 7.7%)45. Chile: $522.8 billion (up 15%)46. Hong Kong: $488.7 billion (up 10.3%)47. Czech Republic: $469.1 billion (up 7.5%)48. Peru: $453.7 billion (up 14%)49. Iraq: $428.9 billion (up 7.4%)50. Israel: $421.8 billion (up 10.9%)51. Norway: $378.4 billion (up 6.7%)52. Portugal: $376.1 billion (up 8.2%)53. Denmark: $370.3 billion (up 7.5%)54. Hungary: $359.9 billion (up 11.5%)55. Greece: $339.7 billion (up 10.3%)56. Sri Lanka: $311.2 billion (up 7.4%)57. Morocco: $302.8 billion (up 9.5%)58. Ethiopia: $298.6 billion (up 5.7%)59. Finland: $293.6 billion (up 6.7%)60. Uzbekistan: $291.2 billion (up 10%)61. Qatar: $273.9 billion (up 5.6%)62. Kenya: $269.3 billion (up 9.4%)63. Myanmar: $237 billion (down -15%)64. New Zealand: $235 billion (up 8.8%)65. Dominican Rep: $220.7 billion (up 13.5%)66. Angola: $218 billion (up 2.9%)67. Kuwait: $211.3 billion (up 4.6%)68. Ecuador: $204.7 billion (up 6.5%)69. Belarus: $200.7 billion (up 5.7%)70. Slovak Republic: $194.1 billion (up 8.2%)71. Ghana: $193.6 billion (up 8.5%)72. Sudan: $189.9 billion (up 4.5%)73. Tanzania: $182.9 billion (up 7.8%)74. Bulgaria: $177.7 billion (up 8.3%)75. Guatemala: $163.1 billion (up 9.3%)76. Ivory Coast: $158.3 billion (up 9.8%)77. Azerbaijan: $155.9 billion (up 6.7%)78. Oman: $147.8 billion (up 6.2%)79. Serbia: $146.6 billion (up 10.4%)80. Venezuela: $142.4 billion (down -1.6%)81. Syria: $136.4 billion (down 0%)82. Panama: $134 billion (up 16%)83. Tunisia: $128.8 billion (up 6.7%)84. Croatia: $124.8 billion (up 10.1%)85. Nepal: $123.2 billion (up 5.5%)86. Lithuania: $117.6 billion (up 8.4%)87. Puerto Rico: $116 billion (up 3%)88. Uganda: $115.9 billion (up 8.5%)89. Costa Rica: $111.9 billion (up 7.6%)90. Jordan: $111.7 billion (up 5.7%)91. Dem. Rep. Congo: $111.1 billion (up 8.6%)92. Cameroon: $105.1 billion (up 7.4%)93. Bolivia: $105 billion (up 8.7%)94. Paraguay: $100.9 billion (up 8.3%)95. Lebanon: $100.9 billion (up 27.9%)96. Turkmenistan: $92.1 billion (up 8.3%)97. Slovenia: $90.9 billion (up 10.2%)98. Libya: $90.5 billion (up 131.2%)99. Uruguay: $84.6 billion (up 6.8%)100. Luxembourg: $80.8 billion (up 9.3%)



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