What Are The World's Richest And Poorest Countries?

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Here is the list of the top 120 richest nations out of 224 countries according to their gnp per capita income.

1. Luxembourg
2. Norway
3. Switzerland
4. Denmark
5. Iceland
6. Usa
7. Sweden
8. Ireland
9. Liechtenstein
10. Japan
11. Uk
12. Finland
13. Austria
14. Netherlands
15. France
16. Belgium
17. Canada
18. Australia
19. Monaco
20. Italy
21. Singapore
22. New zealand
23. Spain
24. United arab emirates
25. Kuwait
26. Brunei
27. Greenland
28. Bermuda
29. Isle of man
30. Cayman islands
31. Jersey
32. Aruba
33. Greece
34. Israel
35. Us virgin islands
36. French polynesia
37. Qatar
38. Gibraltar
39. Andorra
40. Slovenia
41. Cyprus
42. Taiwan
43. Portugal
44. Macau
45. Martinique
46. San marino
47. Bahrain
48. New caledonia
49. Malta
50. Dutch antillies
51. Falkland islands
52. British virgin islands
53. Puerto rico
54. Nauru
55. Faroe islands
56. Saudi arabia
57. South korea
58. Antigua
59. Czech republic
60. Antigua and barbuda
61. Trinidad and tobago
62. Guam
63. Hungary
64. Niue
65. Tokelau
66. Barbados
67. Guadeloupe
68. Estonia
69. Oman
70. French guiana
71. St. Kitts and nevis
72. Seychelles
73. American samoa
74. Croatia
75. Slovakia
76. Reunion
77. Anguilla
78. Palau
79. Mexico
80. Turks and caicos islands
81. Poland
82. Lithuania
83. Latvia
84. Montserrat
85. Lebanon
86. Chile
87. Libya
88. Mauritius
89. Botswana
90. Gabon
91. Cook islands
92. St. Helena
93. Malaysia
94. South africa
95. Venezuela
96. St. Lucia
97. Turkey
98. Panama
99. Costa rica
100. Russia
101. Argentina
102. Uruguay
103. Grenada
104. Romania
105. Dominica
106. St. Vincent
107. Belize
108. Bulgaria
109. Brazil
110. Jamaica
111. Serbia
112. Fiji
113. Thailand
114. Marshall islands
115. Namibia
116. Kazakhstan
117. Tunisia
118. Macedonia
119. Montenegro
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The United States of America is the world's most powerful and wealthy country, with a GDP of $8650 billion - about $31,330 per person.

In the African country of Sierra Leone, has a GDP per person of just $130 although there are many citizens who are even poorer than this.

Shockingly, there are around a billion people worlwide who live in what can be described as "absolute poverty" - meaning lack of shelter, few posessions and an irregular supply of food and nourishment.

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