Qatar: world’s richest country

Luxembourg is second, Singapore third; UAE ranks eighth globally and Kuwait is 19th Qatar ranked first among the world’s richest countries, with per capita exceeding $105,000 a year, according to a Global Finance report.

Luxembourg came second, with per capita estimated at approximately $80,000 a year, followed by Singapore at approximately $61,600 a year.

The UAE ranked eighth globally, with per capita slightly exceeding $49,000 a year, while Kuwait ranked 19th globally at approximately $39,900 a year, Bahrain based Al-Wasat News reports.

However, Saudi Arabia ranked 28th globally, with per capita estimated at $32,500 a year, while Oman ranked 33rd, with per capita estimated at approximately $30,000 a year, followed by Bahrain at approximately $29,800 a year.

Meanwhile, Libya preceded several large countries, despite internal conflicts and wars, ranking 69th globally before Iran, Brazil, South Africa, and Thailand, where the per capita amounted to approximately $14,500 a year.

Tunisia ranked 89th globally, with per capita estimated at approximately $10,200 a year.

Algeria ranked 102nd globally, with per capita estimated at approximately $7,700 a year, while Iraq ranked 104th globally at approximately $7,600 a year.

Egypt ranked 109th globally, with per capita estimated at $ 6,650 a year, Jordan ranked 114th at $6,200 a year and Morocco ranked 119th globally at approximately $5,500
a year.

Meanwhile, Sudan ranked 144th globally, with per capita estimated at $2,550 a year and Yemen ranked 148th globally at approximately $2,350 a year. – AME INFO

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