Top Ten Developed Countries In The World In 2013/2014.

This is a list of developed countries by HDI. The Human Development Index (HDI) measures life expectancy, literacy, education, standards of living, well-being and quality of life for countries worldwide. It is used to distinguish whether the country is a developed, a developing or an underdeveloped country, and also to measure the impact of economic policies on quality of life. The countries below are developed as some of them are available in top ten richest countries, largest economies, oil producer and gold producer.

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10
Japan
0.912
Even through Japan suffered from earthquake in 2011, it was able to make it on the list. Not only Japan is the tenth developed countries but also the tenth largest economy and fifth largest exporter in the world.

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9
Switzerland
0.913
Switzerland is the world’s ninth developed country and seventh richest country.

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8
Sweden
0.916
Sweden is the eighth developed country and one of the oil producer in the world.

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7
Ireland
0.916
Ireland is the seventh richest country and one of the oil producer in the world.

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6
New Zealand
0.919
New Zealand is the sixth developed country and one of the oil producer in the world.

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5
Germany
0.920
Germany is the fifth developed country and largest economy and third largest exporter in the world.

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4
Netherlands
0.921
Netherlands is the world’s fourth developed country and eighth largest exporter.

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3
United States
0.937
USA is the third developed countries. It is also the largest economy, second largest exporter and sixth richest country in the world.

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2
Australia
0.938
Australia is the second developed country, tenth richest country and is also on the top twenty list of largest exporters in the world.

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1
Norway
0.955
The developed country in the world is NORWAY. It is also the fourth richest country.

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Top Ten Poorest Countries In 2012/2013.

This list is based on Top Ten Poorest Countries By Gross Domestic Production Purchasing Power Purity , the value of all final goods and services produced within a country in a given year divided by the average (or mid-year) population for the same year , measured in USD according to international monetary forum in 2012.

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10
Afghanistan
$1,055

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9
Madagascar
$945

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8
Central African Republic
$851

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7
Malawi
$848

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6
Niger
$807

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5
Eritrea
$710

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4
Liberia
$665

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3
Burundi
$619

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2
Zimbabwe
$552

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1
Democratic Republic of Congo
$365

Top 10 richest countries in 2012/2013.

This list is based on Top Ten Richest Countries By Gross Domestic Production Purchasing Power Purity , the value of all final goods and services produced within a country in a given year divided by the average (or mid-year) population for the same year , measured in USD according to international monetary forum in 2012.

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10
Australia
$41,954

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9
Canada
$42,317

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8
San Marino
$42,724

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7
Switzerland
$44,864

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6
United States
$51,704

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5
Brunei
$54,114

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4
Norway
$54,397

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3
Singapore
$60,799

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2
Luxembourg
$77,958

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1
Qatar
$100,889