Country Comparison > GDP - per capita (PPP) > TOP 100

RankCountryGDP - per capita (PPP) (US$)
1Liechtenstein141,100
2Qatar104,300
3Luxembourg81,100
4Bermuda69,900
5Monaco63,400
6Singapore60,500
7Jersey57,000
8Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas)55,400
9Norway54,200
10Brunei50,000
11Hong Kong49,800
12United States49,000
13United Arab Emirates48,800
14Guernsey44,600
15Switzerland43,900
16Cayman Islands43,800
17Gibraltar43,000
18Netherlands42,700
19Austria42,400
20Kuwait42,200
21Canada41,100
22Sweden40,900
23Australia40,800
24Ireland40,100
25Iceland38,500
26British Virgin Islands38,500
27Germany38,400
28Belgium38,200
29Taiwan38,200
30Denmark37,600
31Greenland37,400
32Andorra37,200
33Finland36,700
34United Kingdom36,600
35San Marino36,200
36France35,600
37Japan35,200
38Isle of Man35,000
39Macau33,000
40Korea, South32,100
41Bahamas, The31,400
42Israel31,400
43Spain31,000
44Italy30,900
45Faroe Islands30,500
46Slovenia29,000
47New Zealand28,000
48Bahrain27,900
49Czech Republic27,400
50Oman26,900
51Greece26,600
52Malta25,800
53Seychelles25,000
54Saudi Arabia24,500
55Barbados23,700
56Portugal23,700
57Slovakia23,600
58Aruba21,800
59Estonia20,600
60Poland20,600
61Trinidad and Tobago20,300
62Hungary19,800
63Equatorial Guinea19,600
64Lithuania19,100
65Croatia18,400
66Antigua and Barbuda18,200
67French Polynesia18,000
68Argentina17,700
69Chile17,400
70Russia17,000
71Gabon16,400
72Puerto Rico16,300
73Botswana16,200
74Latvia15,900
75Malaysia15,800
76Saint Kitts and Nevis15,800
77Lebanon15,700
78Sint Maarten15,400
79Uruguay15,300
80Belarus15,200
81Mauritius15,100
82Curacao15,000
83Guam15,000
84New Caledonia15,000
85Mexico14,800
86Turkey14,700
87Virgin Islands14,500
88Panama14,300
89Grenada14,100
90Libya14,100
91Dominica14,000
92Bulgaria13,800
93Iran13,200
94Kazakhstan13,200
95Saint Lucia12,800
96Venezuela12,700
97Romania12,600
98Northern Mariana Islands12,500
99Anguilla12,200
100Costa Rica12,100

Definition: This entry shows GDP on a purchasing power parity basis divided by population as of 1 July for the same year.

Source: CIA World Factbook - Unless otherwise noted, information in this page is accurate as of January 1, 2012

See also: GDP - per capita (PPP) map

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