Top 10 Richest Countries in the World

Top 10 Richest Countries in the World

Money makes the world go rotund is a saying we often catch these days. It’s all about the money. Who has additional money and who has less money is all that one upkeeps for these days. And why should we not? We live in an age where values of every product, big or small, are cumulative faster than we can say its name. Some instances of these are petrol, diesel, vegetables, etc. So it certainly is a need, more than a desire for every republic to get rich. In this case, some countries are obviously gifted with capitals that make them a rich country while a few others have had to effort their way to the top. When a country is rich, it doesn’t have to concern about budget shortfalls, loans, borrowings, its central reserve etc. When such an setting exists in a country, its cheap tends to purpose better and bring in more profits and growth. Similarly, such an environment is favorable for the general existence of the people, and they also get further interested to perform better in their tasks. But only the financial factor is not enough to make a country rich. It should have a good communal welfare system, it should reservation its natural resources, it should make the best of amenities for its citizens etc. While calculating the world’s richest republics, we take into account the GDP or the gross national product of the country. This gives us a correct vision into its economy. The following are the top 10 richest nations in the world

10. Kuwait

9.  Switzerland

8. United Arab Emirates

7. The United States of America

6. Brunei Darussalam

5. Hong Kong

4. Norway

3. Singapore

2. Luxembourg

1. Qatar

Qatar is a moderately small nation situated in the Middle East region of Asia. It is located in the Persian Gulf. It has an total monarchy and it has been ruled over the years by a solitary royal family. This small country of Qatar was before known for pearl-mining but then with the detection of the importance of oil, Qatar got lucky with its many oil, natural gas and petroleum assets. Its competitively open trade rules with the US have made Qatar the richest nation in the world

Sumit Gulia

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