What is the most richest country in the world
The most richest country in the world is according to a new list is Norway. The Scandinavian nation has taken over from Switzerland as the richest country in the world, according to the 2018 Global wealth report published by Credit Suisse and UBS.The report has summed up all kinds of wealth holdingsfinancial assets, property, life insurance, business equityin each country around the world. As you would expect, Switzerland comes out on top taking its two-year lead over Norway.However, when it comes to total wealth held by residences in each of these two countries, Norway tops it with over $1 trillion (869 billion), while Switzerland takes second place with approximately $750 billion (587 billion). This valuation slightly favors Switzerland given its high cost of living.
Which is the 10 richest country in the world?
There is no single answer to this question, as the criteria for being included in the list of the richest countries in the world varies. The criteria can include: GDP (nominal) per capita, GDP (PPP) per capita, GDP growth rate, population, labour force, exports or any other relevant figure.We will look at the richest countries in the world by criteria mentioned above.GDP (nominal) per capita: US $53,800GDP (PPP) per capita: US $39,100GDP growth rate: 5%Population: 318 millionLabour force: 160 millionExports: US $2.5 trillion (37% of GDP)
Which country is richest in 2021?
According to Goldman Sachss 2019 global wealth report, the wealthiest countries in the world are as follows:1. Switzerland2. United States3. China4. Norway5. Germany6. and 6. France and UK respectively.