The following list of the wealthiest countries is by gross domestic product per capita at nominal value. The numbers below do not account for the standard of living in those nations. The figures are all in US Dollars.
The Ten Richest Nations (IMF Statistics)
Number one is Luxembourg with 104,390. Norway is at number two with 84,543. The third richest nation is Qatar with a nominal GDP per capita of 74,422. At number four is Switzerland with 67,074.
The fifth richest is Denmark with a per capita of 55,113. The sixth spot belongs to Australia with a GDP per capita of 54,869. At number seven is Sweden with 47,667.
The eighth slot is occupied by the United Arab Emirates with a per capita of 47,406. At number nine is the United States with 47,132. The tenth spot is held by the Netherlands with 46,418.
The Ten Wealthiest Countries (World Bank Statistics)
According to the World Bank, the richest is Monaco with a per capita of 203,900. At number two is Liechtenstein with 113,210. At third place is Luxembourg with 105,350. The fourth richest is Norway with 79,089. The fifth slot is occupied by Denmark with a GDP per capita of 55,992.
The sixth place is held by Ireland with a per capita of 51,049. The seventh spot is held by San Marino with 50,670. At number eight is the Netherlands with 47,917. The ninth place is occupied by the United States with a per capita of 46,436. At number ten is Austria with a GDP per capita of 46,019.
The Ten Richest Countries (CIA World Factbook Statistics)
The richest is Liechtenstein with a per capita of 134,400. At second place is Luxembourg with a GDP per capita of 104,700. The third richest is Qatar with 99,800. The fourth wealthiest nation is Norway with a per capita of 81,900. Switzerland is at fifth place with a per capita of 64,800.
At number sixth is Denmark. Its GDP per capita is 56,100. Ireland is at the seventh spot. Its GDP per capita is 49,300. At the eighth spot is the Netherlands with a per capita of 47,800. The United States is ranked number nine with a per capita of 46,400. The tenth spot is occupied by Australia. Its GDP per capita is 46,300.
The GDP per capita stated for the wealthiest countries reflect the value of all the services and goods produced by each nation annually. The values are converted to US dollars based on market rates.