Top Ten Richest Countries In 2013/2014.

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 figures calculated by international monetary forum in 2013. Some of the countries are developed countries there are on the top ten list of developed countries. This list ranks the same as of last year.

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10
Australia
$43,073
Australia’s GDP Per Capita increased by 2.67% from 2012/2013. Australia is the second developed country and gold producer as it produced 255 metric tons of gold in 2013 and ranks 31st in oil producers in the world.

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9
Canada
$43,472
Canada’s GDP Per Capita increased by 2.73% from 2012/2013. Canada ranks 7th in gold producers as it produced 120 metric tons of gold and 6th in oil producers as it produced 3592000 barrel of oil per day in 2013.

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8
San Marino
$44,480
San Marino GDP Per Capita increased by 4.11% from 2012/2013.

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7
Switzerland
$46,430
Switzerland’s GDP Per Capita increased by 3.49% from 2012/2013. Switzerland is the ninth developed country and one of the oil producers in the world.

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6
United States
$53,101
USA’s GDP Per Capita increase by 2.70% from 2012/2013. USA has the world’s largest economy. It is the world’s third developed country and oil and gold producer as it produced 8453000 barrel of oil per day and 227 metric tons of gold in 2013.

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5
Brunei
$53,431
Even though Brunei’s GDP Per Capita decreased by 1.26% from 2012/2013, it was able to make it on the top five. It is also on top 50 of oil producers in the world.

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4
Norway
$54,947
Norway’s GDP Per Capita increased by 1.01% from 2012/2013 and Norway is the most developed country in the world and ranks 14th in oil producers as it produced 1998000 barrels of oil per day in 2013.

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3
Singapore
$64,584
This is the third richest country with a GDP Per Capita increase of 6.23% from 2012/2013. Singapore is also one of the oil producers in the world.

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2
Luxembourg
$78,670
Luxembourg is the second richest country with the biggest increase of GDP per Capita of 29.39% from 2012/2013.

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1
Qatar
$98,814
Even though Qatar has a GPD Per Capita decrease of 2.06% from 2012/2013, but is still the richest country in the world. Qatar ranks 18th in oil producers as it produced 1631000 barrels of oil per day in 2013.

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